Skip to main content

Property Management

We’re here to stay.

When we build in a community, we don’t turn over the keys after construction is complete and wave goodbye. We move in! Pedcor’s property management teams are on-site to uphold the highest standards of maintenance and professional resident customer service. Like any good neighbor, we have a vested interest in the long-term success and value created by each of our communities.

Property Management

Pedcor’s multifamily portfolio is managed by two affiliates: Pedcor Management Corporation and Pedcor Homes Corporation. Each specializes in property management, maintenance and all respects of partner compliance. Our on-site teams are comprised of highly professional individuals with accreditations such as the Certified Property Manager (CPM) and Accredited Residential Manager (ARM) certifications. Pedcor Homes Corporation also specializes in commercial property management and acquisition/rehabilitation efforts for existing value-add multifamily opportunities.

0

States

0

Years

0

Communities

0

Apartment Units

Property Management Team

Many of our sites and staff under Pedcor Management Corporation have been honored with awards and acknowledgements. In recognition of these achievements, we have become an Accredited Management Organization® (AMO) through the Institute of Real Estate Management® (IREM).

Kimberly Losacker, CPM

Division President

Kimberly Losacker, CPM, Division President, earned her B.S. in Psychology/Sociology from DePauw University, Greencastle, Indiana in May 1983 and began her career in Property Management as a Leasing Representative in 1985 in Southern California.  She joined Pedcor Management Corporation in 1992.  Losacker has the CPM (Certified Property Manager) and ARM (Accredited Residential Manager) designations from the Institute of Real Estate Management (I.R.E.M.) and the H.C.C.P. (Housing Credit Certified Professional) from National Association of Homebuilders. She holds multiple certificates in Fair Housing and LIHTC and specialized in subject matter as required by the municipalities and states where Pedcor Management Corporation does business.  For the past several years, she has been on the Executive Council of I.R.E.M. Indianapolis Chapter 24 and is a board member of the Indiana Apartment Association.

Margie Williamson, CPM

Division President

Margie Williamson, CPM, Division President, obtained her B.S. from Indiana University in Bloomington, IN. Her career in property management began in 1988 with a new construction lease up in downtown Indianapolis. In 1989 she joined Pedcor Management Corporation as site manager at a Southside property beginning its tax credit lease up. From there she was promoted to Area Manager covering several different regions within the Pedcor portfolio, with a concentration in managing IRC Section 42 Tax Credit units. From Area Manager she was promoted to EVP covering a larger portfolio, and now holds the position of Division President. She received her CPM designation in 1995 and has served on the Executive Council with the Indianapolis chapter of the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM). In addition, she currently serves on the board with the Apartment Association of Indiana and holds a Broker’s license in both Indiana and Nebraska.

Gerald K. Pedigo

Chairman

Mr. Pedigo has been involved in residential and commercial real estate development since 1958. He attended Butler University and subsequently was employed in the business of single-family construction and sales.

In 1962, Mr. Pedigo began his own firm while constructing approximately 400 homes and expanded his business to include commercial and industrial activities. Beginning in 1966, Mr. Pedigo concentrated on the commercial side of the construction business, forming Gerald K. Pedigo Corporation to provide real estate development services; Pedigo Construction Company, Inc. to provide construction services; and Pedigo and Associates to provide management services. His involvement included all facets of the industry including construction, ownership, marketing/leasing and management. He completed over 100 commercial and office buildings from $100,000 to $8,000,000. He was also a partner in several partnerships that owned and developed commercial and residential properties in Indiana, Florida, and Tennessee.

In 1986, as the tax shelter incentives were being revised, Mr. Pedigo sold the majority of his holdings and concentrated on general construction. In 1987, he joined Bruce Cordingley in forming Pedcor Investments to pursue affordable housing development.

Mr. Pedigo is a Director of the Executive Committee of International City Bank, (Long Beach and San Diego, California) and Director of Fidelity Federal Bancorp (Evansville, Indiana). He is Chairman of Pedcor Bancorp, the bank holding company for International City Bank, and Pedcor Financial, LLC, the holding company for United Fidelity Bank. He is a member of the Murat Shrine in Indianapolis and various trade associations as well as godfather in St. Mary’s Child Center.

Bruce A. Cordingley

President & CEO

Bruce Cordingley is the President and CEO of the Pedcor Companies, a privately held group of over 200 companies, engaged in: (i) the development, construction, ownership and management of real estate and (ii) in finance and insurance. The Pedcor Companies started their activities in 1987 developing affordable housing in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The Pedcor Companies currently have over 950 employees located in twenty states with 200 employees located at its headquarters at Pedcor Square in Carmel, Indiana. The Pedcor Companies own and manage over 20,000 apartments which they had previously developed and built. The Pedcor Companies also include two bank holding companies, two savings banks, and an insurance company. In a public/private partnership with the City of Carmel, the Pedcor Companies have developed in Carmel’s new City Center and in the Arts and Design district several Georgian style developments including: Carmel City Center (a mixed use midrise development), Pedcor Square (an office campus), The Indiana Design Center (one of 20 design centers in the U.S.) and the Old Town Shops (in the Arts District).

Bruce had previously been a partner with the law firm of Ice Miller specializing in real estate development and finance until 1990 when he left to spend full time on The Pedcor Companies. He served in the U.S. Army as a reserve officer until 1976 when he was honorably discharged as a Captain.

Bruce received his BSIM in Industrial Management (Purdue University, 1968), Juris Doctor (Harvard Law School, 1971), MA in Economics (Indiana University, 2002), completed Graduate courses in Mathematical Finance (Oxford University, 2002-2003), and an MS in International Finance (University of Maryland, 2006). He is a member of the bar in Indiana and Massachusetts and is a licensed real estate broker.

Bruce is happily married to Denise Cordingley (formerly a French teacher at Park Tudor), and they have three children, Alison (a real estate developer with The Pedcor Companies), Desiree (a money manager with Bessemer Trust in New York City), and Exton (formerly a Captain and JAG officer in the U.S. Army), and four grandchildren.

Phillip J. Stoffregen

Executive Vice President & COO

Mr. Stoffregen has been involved in commercial and residential development and financing since 1984. He graduated in 1980 from Indiana University (BS-Business Finance) with departmental honors. In 1981 he received his MBA degree from Indiana University (Financial Economics). In 1984 he graduated with Honors from the Indiana University School of Law and joined Ice Miller Donadio and Ryan, Indianapolis, Indiana, as an associate, becoming a partner active in both the Real Estate and Municipal Finance Sections of the firm in 1991. His legal practice focused on taxable and tax-exempt financing for, and development of, single-family and multifamily housing. Mr. Stoffregen served in a bond counsel capacity to the Indiana Housing Finance Authority and other Indiana issuers for various housing related tax-exempt bond-financing programs. He represented numerous for-profit and not-for-profit multifamily housing developers, lenders and investors, primarily in the area of low income housing tax credit, financing and development issues.

In 1992, Mr. Stoffregen withdrew from Ice Miller and joined Pedcor Investments, LLC as a Principal where he is directly responsible for apartment development, construction and financing activities. Pedcor Investments, LLC and its affiliates have developed in excess of 21,000 apartments since inception, most of which participate in the low income housing tax credit program. He is currently Executive Vice President and COO of Pedcor Investments, LLC.

Mr. Stoffregen is a Director/Member of the Executive Committee/Executive Vice President of Fidelity Federal Bancorp which is the holding company for United Fidelity Bank, Evansville, Indiana and a Director/Executive Vice President of Pedcor Capital, LLC and Pedcor Financial, LLC, which are upper tier bank holding companies for International City Bank, Long Beach, California and United Fidelity Bank, respectively. Mr. Stoffregen and his partners in Pedcor Investments, LLC own and control such bank holding companies.

In 2015, Mr. Stoffregen began his tenure on the Board of Directors for The Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition (AHTCC), a trade organization for affordable rental housing that seeks to preserve, expand and improve the Housing Credit and complementary programs through legislative outreach and education. Since 2012, Mr. Stoffregen has served on the Urban Land Institute (ULI), a nationally recognized organization in the fields of development, land use and urban planning, where he is a member of the Affordable/Workforce Housing Council. Mr. Stoffregen also served as a director of the Martin Luther King Community Development Corporation (1991 to 2000), and as a member of the board of directors for Coburn Place Safehaven, Inc., a not-for-profit operating transitional housing for victims of domestic violence (1996 to 2012), serving stints as Board Chairman for both groups.

As a wholly owned subsidiary of International City Bank, Pedcor Homes Corporation’s principal purpose is managing multifamily and commercial properties for the benefit of Pedcor’s affiliated banks and bank holding companies, in addition to select multifamily properties developed and/or acquired by Pedcor Investments.

Gerald K. Pedigo

Chairman

Mr. Pedigo has been involved in residential and commercial real estate development since 1958. He attended Butler University and subsequently was employed in the business of single-family construction and sales.

In 1962, Mr. Pedigo began his own firm while constructing approximately 400 homes and expanded his business to include commercial and industrial activities. Beginning in 1966, Mr. Pedigo concentrated on the commercial side of the construction business, forming Gerald K. Pedigo Corporation to provide real estate development services; Pedigo Construction Company, Inc. to provide construction services; and Pedigo and Associates to provide management services. His involvement included all facets of the industry including construction, ownership, marketing/leasing and management. He completed over 100 commercial and office buildings from $100,000 to $8,000,000. He was also a partner in several partnerships that owned and developed commercial and residential properties in Indiana, Florida, and Tennessee.

In 1986, as the tax shelter incentives were being revised, Mr. Pedigo sold the majority of his holdings and concentrated on general construction. In 1987, he joined Bruce Cordingley in forming Pedcor Investments to pursue affordable housing development.

Mr. Pedigo is a Director of the Executive Committee of International City Bank, (Long Beach and San Diego, California) and Director of Fidelity Federal Bancorp (Evansville, Indiana). He is Chairman of Pedcor Bancorp, the bank holding company for International City Bank, and Pedcor Financial, LLC, the holding company for United Fidelity Bank. He is a member of the Murat Shrine in Indianapolis and various trade associations as well as godfather in St. Mary’s Child Center.

Bruce A. Cordingley

President & CEO

Bruce Cordingley is the President and CEO of the Pedcor Companies, a privately held group of over 200 companies, engaged in: (i) the development, construction, ownership and management of real estate and (ii) in finance and insurance. The Pedcor Companies started their activities in 1987 developing affordable housing in Indianapolis, Indiana.

The Pedcor Companies currently have over 950 employees located in twenty states with 200 employees located at its headquarters at Pedcor Square in Carmel, Indiana. The Pedcor Companies own and manage over 20,000 apartments which they had previously developed and built. The Pedcor Companies also include two bank holding companies, two savings banks, and an insurance company. In a public/private partnership with the City of Carmel, the Pedcor Companies have developed in Carmel’s new City Center and in the Arts and Design district several Georgian style developments including: Carmel City Center (a mixed use midrise development), Pedcor Square (an office campus), The Indiana Design Center (one of 20 design centers in the U.S.) and the Old Town Shops (in the Arts District).

Bruce had previously been a partner with the law firm of Ice Miller specializing in real estate development and finance until 1990 when he left to spend full time on The Pedcor Companies. He served in the U.S. Army as a reserve officer until 1976 when he was honorably discharged as a Captain.

Bruce received his BSIM in Industrial Management (Purdue University, 1968), Juris Doctor (Harvard Law School, 1971), MA in Economics (Indiana University, 2002), completed Graduate courses in Mathematical Finance (Oxford University, 2002-2003), and an MS in International Finance (University of Maryland, 2006). He is a member of the bar in Indiana and Massachusetts and is a licensed real estate broker.

Bruce is happily married to Denise Cordingley (formerly a French teacher at Park Tudor), and they have three children, Alison (a real estate developer with The Pedcor Companies), Desiree (a money manager with Bessemer Trust in New York City), and Exton (formerly a Captain and JAG officer in the U.S. Army), and four grandchildren.

Phillip J. Stoffregen

Executive Vice President & COO

Mr. Stoffregen has been involved in commercial and residential development and financing since 1984. He graduated in 1980 from Indiana University (BS-Business Finance) with departmental honors. In 1981 he received his MBA degree from Indiana University (Financial Economics). In 1984 he graduated with Honors from the Indiana University School of Law and joined Ice Miller Donadio and Ryan, Indianapolis, Indiana, as an associate, becoming a partner active in both the Real Estate and Municipal Finance Sections of the firm in 1991. His legal practice focused on taxable and tax-exempt financing for, and development of, single-family and multifamily housing. Mr. Stoffregen served in a bond counsel capacity to the Indiana Housing Finance Authority and other Indiana issuers for various housing related tax-exempt bond-financing programs. He represented numerous for-profit and not-for-profit multifamily housing developers, lenders and investors, primarily in the area of low income housing tax credit, financing and development issues.

In 1992, Mr. Stoffregen withdrew from Ice Miller and joined Pedcor Investments, LLC as a Principal where he is directly responsible for apartment development, construction and financing activities. Pedcor Investments, LLC and its affiliates have developed in excess of 21,000 apartments since inception, most of which participate in the low income housing tax credit program. He is currently Executive Vice President and COO of Pedcor Investments, LLC.

Mr. Stoffregen is a Director/Member of the Executive Committee/Executive Vice President of Fidelity Federal Bancorp which is the holding company for United Fidelity Bank, Evansville, Indiana and a Director/Executive Vice President of Pedcor Capital, LLC and Pedcor Financial, LLC, which are upper tier bank holding companies for International City Bank, Long Beach, California and United Fidelity Bank, respectively. Mr. Stoffregen and his partners in Pedcor Investments, LLC own and control such bank holding companies.

In 2015, Mr. Stoffregen began his tenure on the Board of Directors for The Affordable Housing Tax Credit Coalition (AHTCC), a trade organization for affordable rental housing that seeks to preserve, expand and improve the Housing Credit and complementary programs through legislative outreach and education. Since 2012, Mr. Stoffregen has served on the Urban Land Institute (ULI), a nationally recognized organization in the fields of development, land use and urban planning, where he is a member of the Affordable/Workforce Housing Council. Mr. Stoffregen also served as a director of the Martin Luther King Community Development Corporation (1991 to 2000), and as a member of the board of directors for Coburn Place Safehaven, Inc., a not-for-profit operating transitional housing for victims of domestic violence (1996 to 2012), serving stints as Board Chairman for both groups.

Rick McCool

Executive Vice President & COO

Mr. McCool’s background consists of over forty years of experience in the management, acquisition, disposition, development and construction of a variety of properties, primarily in the multi-family sector along with commercial. In August of 1999, Mr. McCool joined Pedcor Companies as its Asset Manager with the responsibility of acquisition/rehabilitate and management of apartments primarily in the Southern California area. In 2001, Pedcor Homes Corporation was created to manage Multi Housing Family Properties. Since 2001, Pedcor Homes has grown to over 3,900 units, both conventional and tax credit properties, in 4 states with a value of assets in excess of $300,000,000. In 2006, Mr. McCool created a Facility Management division that oversees all of Pedcor’s Commercial Properties in Carmel, Indiana which includes the corporate campus of Pedcor Companies, Old Town Shops, Indiana Design Center along with Carmel City Center. He received his BS degree in Business Administration and a minor in Management from the University of Arizona in 1981. He received his CPM (Certified Property Manager) designation in 1987 and National Compliance Professional Executive in 2001. He is a licensed real estate broker and a member of Metropolitan Indianapolis Board of Realtors. Mr. McCool is also a capital board member for the Residential Property Management Program at Ball State University and previously served on the board of the Apartment Association of Indiana.
Scroll To Top Fill 1