Jason, our fearless leader, opened the doors to MOD Properties in September of 2006 with a small portfolio of 200 properties. Jason’s dedication and commitment to the ongoing process of mastering property management has fostered the growth of MOD to over 400 doors. As a native to Colorado, Jason and his family of 6 enjoy the active lifestyle Colorado has to offer. They are busy members of their church and community, and spend time supporting several non-profits like Habitat for Humanity, and The Tennyson Center for Children.
Sarah Deering, Operations Coordinator
Sarah is our dynamic Office Coordinator. Having been with MOD on and off since 2011, all the while earning her master’s degree from the University of Denver, Sarah is the veteran of our “MOD SQUAD.” Sarah oversees many facets of the leasing and property maintenance processes. When Sarah isn’t involved in all things MOD, she is home with her happy house full of Dogs. Sarah has 3 dogs of her own and fosters puppies who need a temporary place to snuggle up until they find their forever home! If Sarah isn’t home with her dogs or volunteering at the Animal Assisted Therapy Ranch, you will likely find her enjoying a concert or festival in the divine summer nights that are Colorado.
Kim Luton, Property Accounts Specialist
Also, a native of Colorado, Kim has been with MOD for just over 4 years. Starting out as Administrative Assistant, Kim quickly transitioned into the role of Property Accounts Specialist. That is our fancy word for “she handles the money.” In her free time Kim is spending time with her two teenage daughters camping, at the theater, playing board games, and barbequing with friends. As an avid Bronco’s fan much of the fall is spent watching football, Go Broncos!
Tom Alderman, Maintenance Supervisor
Tom just recently joined our team this past January. He brings with him 15 years of experience in multi-family and commercial maintenance. Tom was born in Seoul, S. Korea, but was raised just outside of Flint, Michigan. He received his BS from the Michigan State University before relocating to Colorado in 2006. Tom loves how easily he can escape the hustle and bustle of city life, and head to the Rockies for some camping, fishing, and fresh mountain air.