Established in 1996 to provide consulting for domestic and international real estate asset managers and investors, REMM International was the first real estate management firm from the United States to promote best practices in real estate management in countries transitioning from a controlled economy to a capitalistic free market platform.
REMM International’s founder, Robert M Taylor, worked to establish the first school of real estate in Russia at St Petersburg Technical University and maintains strategic relationships with colleges and universities in The People’s Republic of China. He has been instrumental in introducing real estate trade organizations including the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM), Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA), and The Councilors of Real Estate to China. Additionally, Taylor sponsored the first Councilor of Real Estate CRE from the PRC. Taylor was one of the founders of Kingdy Parking Group, Beijing, China in 2000 and has been awarded the title of Honorary Director of the Board. Taylor has co-authored college-level textbooks used for training real estate managers in China and co-authored Invest U.S.A. an introduction to real estate investment in the United States.
The REMM Group is a national property management company conducting business in 38 states, established in 1978. The firm provided third-party real estate management for pension funds, municipalities, offshore investors, and private investors. The company was sold to company executives in 2014. At the height of the company it had 256 employees and managed 13 million square feet.
Additionally, the first served as an investor and developer of properties located in the western United States that include multifamily, residential, industrial, office and retail. Current projects include development of multifamily housing in Banning, California and 640 acre recreational resort community at Lake Oroville, CA.