Grace Hill Named as a 2024 Best Places to Work in Multifamily

Grace Hill Named as a 2024 Best Places to Work in Multifamily

Industry innovator recognized for its commitment to employee betterment

Greenville, S.C., December 12, 2023 – Grace Hill, the innovator of talent and performance management solutions for commercial and multifamily real estate, announced today that it achieved distinction as a leader, securing the #19 spot in the Best Places to Work Multifamily® rankings, and the #11 spot on the Best Places to Work Multifamily® for Women list, presented by the Multifamily Innovation® Awards. This award is an acknowledgment of Grace Hill’s commitment to fostering growth and cultivating a thriving culture as evidenced by survey input from its employees. 

“Receiving this award is a testament to the incredible dedication and teamwork culture at Grace Hill. We listen, and we empower our employees through responsibility, accountability and growth,” said Kendall Pretzer, CEO of Grace Hill. “This accolade underscores our unwavering dedication to providing an environment that nurtures professional development and creates a positive work culture, resulting in best-in-class guidance for our clients to excel in multifamily.”

This prestigious accolade was announced at the Multifamily Innovation® Summit in Phoenix, AZ, held on December 5-6, 2023. The event was not only a celebration of achievement but also a valuable opportunity for industry leaders to engage in the Multifamily Innovation® Showcase, fostering connections and sharing insights with fellow multifamily executives. 

“At Grace Hill, we foster a work culture that values collaboration and innovation for our teams,” said Shae Green, SVP of Human Resources at Grace Hill. “We believe the backbone of our success lies in the passion of our people, who continue delivering exceptional products and service to all our clients. To that end, we provide them with a dynamic, diverse and inclusive environment to grow their career.”

The rigorous assessment process evaluated each company’s internal policies as well as anonymous responses from the company’s employees. The program is part of a long-term initiative to encourage growth and excellence throughout the multifamily industry and to attract new leaders to the industry.

"It is an honor to recognize Grace Hill as an industry leader, demonstrating exemplary standards in the Multifamily workspace," said Patrick Antrim, Chairman of the Multifamily Innovation® Council and CEO of Multifamily Leadership. "Their unwavering dedication to fostering a thriving work environment and their commitment to innovation is a testament to their recognition in the Best Places to Work Multifamily® Award."

View the complete list of 2024 Winners Here

About Grace Hill

Grace Hill provides industry-leading SaaS technology solutions designed to make a positive impact in real estate and improve the lives of people where they work and live. Harnessing years of real estate experience and the understanding that people are better together, Grace Hill helps owners and operators increase property performance, reduce operating risk and grow top talent. More than 500,000 professionals from over 1,700 companies rely on Grace Hill’s talent performance solutions covering policy, training, employee engagement, survey and assessment, and data-driven insights. Visit us at or on LinkedIn.

About Best Places to Work Multifamily

The Best Places to Work Multifamily® initiative highlights companies that excel in creating and nurturing exceptional workplace cultures. As the multifamily industry evolves, focusing on resident experience and employee engagement becomes crucial for navigating various challenges and achieving sustained growth. 

The Best Places to Work Multifamily® for Women list, a prestigious recognition in the multifamily industry, sets rigorous criteria for organizations aspiring to be acknowledged for their commitment to inclusivity. To qualify, companies must have a minimum of 15 women on their team, regardless of the organization's size. For organizations with over 60 employees, at least 25% of the workforce should be female. A key factor is the female response rate to internal surveys, which must be 40% or higher, and even more stringent at 80% for employers with less than 25 women. A minimum of 10 female responses is mandatory for consideration. Additionally, organizations must be recognized as a "Best Place to Work" for the current year and demonstrate an 80% average positive response rate among their female employees. For larger companies that conduct selective employee surveys, a minimum of 40% of the respondents should be women. This comprehensive set of criteria underscores the importance of female representation and satisfaction in the workplace, highlighting the industry's commitment to fostering equitable and inclusive work environments. 

For detailed information and registration for the “Best Places to Work Multifamily®” program, visit

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