Property Management Inc Named Top Franchise for Veterans by Entrepreneur



Veterans with military training have a great chance to succeed in property management by franchising with Property Management Inc (PMI). Veterans’ experience with hard work, commitment to excellence, and working within a system of regulations, gives them a foundation to thrive in property management, and, with in-depth training and a proven system of services and marketing strategies, PMI is ready to help veterans on the path to success. It’s no coincidence that over 20% of PMI franchises are owned by veterans and that number is growing every day.

PMI has been selected as one of the Top Franchises for Veterans by Entrepreneur magazine. Learn Why PMI Franchises are a Great Fit for Veterans

Featuring (in order of appearance):
Brian Birdy- (US Air Force) PMI Birdy Properties
Ben Goodrich- (Army National Guard) PMI Elevated Utah
Fernando David- (US Marine Corp) PMI Premium Services
Robert & Radiah Mallard- (US Army & Navy) PMI Chattahoochee Valley

Learn more at propertymanagementinc.com

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