Thuy Luong of Housing Management Resources Installed as ARM During IREM Boston Event

Thuy Luong of Boston, Massachusetts, was installed as an ARM (Accredited Residential Manager) of the Institute of Real Estate Management during the recent IREM Boston Education Tradeshow and Industry Partners Vendor Expo at Granite Links Ballroom in Quincy.

Luong is an assistant property manager with Housing Management Resources, Inc. AMO in North Quincy.   Presiding over her swearing in ceremony was 2016 IREM International President Christopher Mellen.

The installation occurred during the all-day June 5th education and vendor expo which was attended by 110 and featured 19 vendor booths and three educational workshops.

The ARM residential property management certification teaches early-career real estate managers the core competencies to manage residential properties successfully. As such the ARM designation is widely recognized in the residential property management industry with recipients noted for demonstrating excellence in residential property management.

“It’s a pleasure to announce Thuy’s achievement,” said Chris Salamanis-Rivera, 2024 president of IREM Boston Metropolitan Chapter No. 4 and Vice President, Learning and Development with Beacon Communities. “ARM certification is highly valued within the property management industry, and attaining its designation is a professional milestone.”

About the Institute for Real Estate Management®, Boston Metropolitan Chapter No. 4

IREM® is an international institute for property and asset managers (headquartered in Chicago) providing complete knowledge to take on real estate management’s most dynamic challenges. For more than 85 years, IREM has been the world’s strongest voice for all things real estate management; today membership encompasses close to 20,000 leaders in commercial and residential management.

IREM Chapters are independently incorporated, organized groups working in partnership with IREM headquarters to advance the institute’s strategic initiatives and grow the real estate management profession. They offer local connection, continuous learning through IREM courses, networking via business or social events, and volunteer opportunities through chapter leadership and community outreach.

The Boston Metropolitan Chapter No. 4 was founded on May 4, 1938. The growth of the chapter has paralleled the expansion of the real estate industry and the property management profession in its region of influence and is now the largest chapter of the organization. Chris Salamanis-Rivera serves as the chapter’s 2024 president. Offices are located at 5 Wampatuck Way, Scituate, MA 02066. For more information, please call 617-436-7565, email, or visit