President's Message
Alex Krone,  CPM®
President, IREM Maryland Chapter


It's coming! The BEST Monday of the Year! Of course I'm speaking of the IREM Maryland Annual Charity Golf Tournament, and it is less than a month away! This will be our 28th tournament for charity and it is to be held on Monday, August 19th at the Hillendale Country Club. This year is shaping up to be another banner year for the tournament and we thank all of the golfers, sponsors and Golf Committee members who are making it possible for us to hold this wonderful event in support of charities making a positive impact around Maryland. This year we will be donating a total of $25,000 to the following five organizations:

In addition, at the tournament, we will be holding our school supplies drive for Landsdowne Elementary (please read the bottom of the newsletter for further details). While most of the tournament is booked, there are still options available for participation/sponsorship. Further details can be found here: We look forward to seeing everyone in just a few weeks!
IREM Spotlight: Laurie Davidow, CPM®Spotlight
Laurie Davidow is the Senior Property Manager at Weller Management Company. She is responsible for overseeing lease management, building and site management, tenant relations, event management, risk assessment, and preventative maintenance. Her current portfolio includes, City Garage, Nicks Fish House, Rye Street Tavern, and Sagamore Spirit Campus, to name a few.  Mrs. Davidow has 11 years of property management experience with expertise in luxury and commercial properties. Before joining Weller Development, Laurie served as property manager for Sagamore Development Company. There, she managed the company's real estate portfolio, including the opening of City Garage, and ensured both internal and external clients were able to thrive in spaces.

Previously, Mrs. Davidow worked in property management for eight years with The Bozzuto Group and Himmelrich Associates. She is currently involved in the IREM Maryland Chapter and received her CPM® certification in Spring of 2019. Laurie earned a bachelor's degree in Parks and Recreation Management from Frostburg State University. Mrs. Davidow currently resides in South Baltimore with her husband and two children.
On the Move: Anne Angel OTM
David S. Brown Enterprises has appointed Anne Angel, CPM ®, as Vice President of its residential division. In this role, she will have oversight of the marketing and leasing activities for the Maryland company's Baltimore City and County apartment communities portfolio. Anne has over 30 years of business and real estate experience, including positions at R Home Property Management and Continental Realty Corporation. 
IREM MD 28th Annual
Charity Golf Tournament
August 19th, 2019
8AM - 6PM
Phoenix, MD

The best Monday of the Year!
Join us for a charity golf tournament and after party as we raise money for 4 local charities!
Annual Meeting & Crab Feast
September 19th, 2019
4PM - 7PM
Baltimore, MD

Join us for our annual meeting and
all you can eat Crab Feast 
on Bo Brooks Private floating dock! 

Legalization of Marijuana and
the Property Management Industry
October 24th, 2019
11:30AM - 1:30PM
Owings Mills, MD

Join us for a Lunch & Learn as John Raftery
of Offit | Kurman Attorneys at Law talks about the legalization of marijuana as it relates to employment, drug testing, leasing and property management. 
IREM MD Awards Ceremony
& Dinner 2019
November 13th, 2019
5PM - 9PM
Lutherville-Timonium, MD

It's time to recognize those who served our chapter during the 2019 term!
Join us for a cocktail hour, seated dinner & awards presentation at Cloisters Castle. 

Visit our  EVENTS PAGE 
for all the upcoming events of 2019!
IREM GOLF: School Supply Drive Golf

Need an Intern? UB Can Help! Interns

University of Baltimore's  Real Estate and Economic Development program provides students with a background in all aspects of the field particularly Property Management. One of the key ways that students can gain knowledge from industry professionals is through our internship program.
The Merrick School of Business  internship program is designed to augment classroom theory and to offer students opportunities to participate in carefully monitored, field-based learning experiences in organizations. The internship experience allows students to apply their education, gain experience in a particular field, and prepare for fulfilling careers. 

Internships are typically part-time positions where students work at least 120 hours over the course of the semester. As interns, students gain valuable professional experience, and have the opportunity to earn academic credit.

Student may receive credit, and can even get paid for an internship. An internship should be related to students' academic and/or career interests. Many students consider internships as early as their sophomore year. This is also a great way for an organization to recruit entry-level talent.
If you are interested in providing an internship experience, please contact Seema Iyer, program director at
Check out the photos from our past events!