WILLIAMSBURG – Richmond-based Dodson Property Management has announced its acquisition of Berkeley Realty Property Management, Inc. in Williamsburg.
Berkeley Realty Property Management, Inc., currently owned by Pam Blank and Ed Robbins, was founded over 40 years ago. He focuses on property management for single family home owners, residents, as well as homeowners associations (HOAs) in the Greater Williamsburg area.
A statement from Dodson Companies noted that the transition upon acquisition will be “seamless” as the Berkeley team will continue to maintain all existing operations. This transition will include 61 HOAs, a total of 6,530 units to include condominiums and houses, as well as 470 single-family units.
“Most important to us was to ensure not only continuity of operations, but also that our team stay in place and that we maintain our long-standing relationships with owners and residents,” said Blank. “We have built so much trust with the folks at Dodson over the years and know this decision is the right one for all of us at Berkeley Realty Property Management.”
Dodson was founded in 2007 and serves single and multi-family residences, as well as commercial clients with the management of day-to-day operations involving rental requirements and land ownership across Virginia. The Berkeley acquisition marks the company’s eleventh acquisition in recent years as well as the fourth in the association management space.
“Berkeley is the established and respected leader in single-family home and HOA management in the Greater Williamsburg area,” said Duke Dodson, owner of Dodson Property Management. “This is a huge opportunity for our team to partner with Berkeley as Pam and Ed transition into retirement and new ventures. We have purchased the top property and association manager in Williamsburg and we look forward to maintain and develop it.
For more information on Dodson Property Management, please visit their website.