Robert Powell is a veteran health plan consultant, an entrepreneur, mentor, commercial real estate investor and a commercial real estate investment broker. Recognized in the industry for his investment strategies.
Rob is currently a coach for the prestigious Massimo Group. Rob coaches several Commercial Real Estate brokers across the country.
Rob has spoken at several real estate investment conferences and has been a mentor for hundreds of real estate investors. Several of his real estate investments are written about in the following books:
• Commercial Real Estate for Dummies by Peter Harris
• Maui Millionaires by Diane Kennedy
• Making Big Money In Foreclosures by Peter Conti
• Buying Real Estate Without Cash or Credit by David Finkel
Rob was selected in 2013 to serve as the President for the CCIM New Mexico Chapter and was identified by CoStar as a Power Broker in 2014, 2015, and 2016.
Rob owns and manages commercial real estate and has real estate investments in various locations throughout the Southwest Region of the United States. Rob’s investments include retail shopping centers, a manufactured housing community, residential apartment buildings, commercial land, a Hilton Hotel, a Marriott hotel, and a storage yard.
Rob has experience in assisting investors in acquiring and disposing of real estate investments. Rob has been involved in investment sales of several STNLs including Chick-fil-a, Church’s Chicken, Applebee’s, Walgreens Pharmacy, Walmart Neighborhood, Chili’s Restaurants, Western Refining, Boston Market, GIANT Fueling stations, IHOP Restaurant, Loves Trucking, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and McDonald’s.
Rob has also processed leases for NAPA Auto Parts, AutoZone, Lerner & Rowe, Verus Research, Crunch Fitness, Boston Pizza, Tractor Supply, Thomson Reuters, Concho Resources, Solar City, Zimmer Biomet, Sears Corporation, Lowe’s Super Save Food Market, Family Dollar, Whataburger, Goodwill, US Army, Wells Fargo, and many many others.
Rob graduated from the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University in Lubbock, Texas with an MBA.
Lindsey Karam has been with Jaxon Texas Property Management for the last 15 years. She earned her Bachelor of Business Administration Degree from New Mexico State University in 2008. In 2010, she received her CPM (Certified Property Manager) designation through IREM (Institute of Real Estate Management). She specializes in asset management, with emphasis on back office organization. Jaxon Texas greatly benefits from her use and knowledge of the industry leading YardiSystems software. Lindsey is dedicated to helping her team of investors meet their desired financial goals.
After playing 4 years of college basketball at Arizona Western College in Yuma Arizona and Mount Union University in Alliance Ohio, Zach Karam went back to Yuma as an assistant Men’s Basketball Coach for 3 years at Arizona Western. During the 2004-2005 season, the Matadors were ranked #1 in Division 1 Junior College and reached the sweet 16 in Hutchinson, Kansas. He then switched careers to the family business of Real Estate.
Currently, Zach is a principal at Jaxon Texas Property Management with over 15 years of experience managing a multi-million-dollar portfolio of over 400 units with a mixture of Commercial, Multi-Family, and Residential properties. In 2008, he earned his Certified Property Management designation from the prestigious “Institute of Real Estate Management” and also served as President of the local IREM chapter in El Paso.
“As a property manager, my focus is caring for the investor’s assets and adding value. I am committed to creating a healthy culture where the tenant’s needs are met and the investors goals and objectives are achieved.”
EDUCATION & AWARDS
Certified Property Manager CPM
Licensed Texas Real Estate Agent #618208
M.Ed., Northern Arizona University 2005
B.A., Mount Union College 2002
PROFESSIONAL & COMMUNITY AFFILIATIONS
Member, Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), 2008 – current
Member, Texas Manufactured Housing Association, 2006 – current
Licensed Salesperson – Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs (TDHCA), 2006 – current
“Had some issues as you will with anyplace you move but Zack is a problem solver. Went out of his way to fix an out of the ordinary problem. Great upper management!”
“We wouldn’t be where we are if it wasn’t for all of them over at Jaxon Texas. They went out on a limb and took a chance with us and both of us have done nothing but succeed. Call them. They will be there for you too.”
“Very professional company to work with. Very attentive to customer/tenant concerns.”
“One of the best Property Management Companies in town. Very Professional and attentive with any situation.”
“Great experience in dealing with property mgmt. Easy to work with. I Would recommend.”
“Jaxon Property Managemeny does a great job taking care of my properties so I don’t have to worry about them. Communication is appropriate but smaller issues get handled independently lessening the burden for property owner.”
“I’ve worked with Jaxon Property Management on both sides of the house. Zach Karam has protected my interest in my rental properties and with my apartment I rent from Jaxon Property Management. Always professional and prompt. I recommend completely.”
“Working with office was easy. I had no issues what so ever, they were able to show me several properties for rent around El Paso. Very friendly staff.”
Jaxon Texas Property Management is the premier property management company in El Paso. Our property management company focuses on apartment and retail/commercial units located in the El Paso area.
Clear communication and access to your manager through cell phones, email, and text is critical. Your relationship together with your property manager depends on communication. you would like to know what’s happening at your property, so determine how a manager you’re getting to work with will communicate.
Every landowner must have the proper insurance coverage, and you ought to expect no less from your property management company. Every manager should have insurance , errors and omissions insurance, and worker’s compensation insurance. Confirm they will show you copies of these so you and your rental property in El Paso are protected.
A property management company will work with a spread of vendors from insurance agents to maintenance contractors, so understand the relationships they need with those professionals. Ask if there’s a financial stake in those companies, because you would like transparency in those relationships. It’s okay for a management company to possess an affiliated maintenance company, but you don’t want to feel taken advantage of, so ask the questions.
“Our ultimate goal is total tenant satisfaction while increasing your investment property’s value. Jaxon Texas Management features a reputation for exceptional, hands-on property management. We consistently exceed the market average for occupancy rates, while attracting the very best quality tenants.”