California Real Estate Broker, License #0829598
Bill Johnston joined Eugene Burger Management Corporation (EBMC) in 2006 following five years as President of Prime-PM Professional Management, AMO® located in San Mateo, California. As a District Manager for EBMC, Bill is in charge of the day-to-day activities of its San Jose, California operations. Mr. Johnston's portfolio consists of multifamily apartment communities and he is uniquely skilled and talented in the field of property management.
Mr. Johnston holds the prestigious Certified Property Manager designation from the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) and was the 2000 President of the IREM San Francisco Chapter. He served on IREM’s Board of Directors from 1995-2002 and was awarded CPM of the Year in 2001. The San Francisco Chapter is one of the largest IREM Chapters in the country and serving as the Chapter’s President is considered a personal achievement.
Mr. Johnston holds a B.A., from San Diego State University in Mathematics and Physical Education, a California Teaching Credential from San Diego State University 1978 and also completed graduate studies in Sports Medicine. Mr. Johnson is also a California Real Estate Broker.
1978-79 Served as Head Resident for San Diego State University Department of
Housing and Residential Life, managing a 235-student residence hall and in
1976-78 was the Resident Floor Supervisor of 615 and 235 student residences.
1979-80 was the Branch Operations Manager for Northern California Savings and
Loan Association located in San Mateo, CA and supervised all non-loan branch
1980-81 was the Senior Corporate Training Officer for Northern California Savings
and Loan Association (now Chase Bank Corporate Headquarters in Palo Alto, CA.
and was responsible for the formation and administration of corporate training.
During the years 1992-1994, he served on the Board of Directors for the Association of Housing Management Agents of Northern California and Nevada (AHMA-NCN) as the Association’s treasurer.
In 2016, he was appointed to serve on the California Apartment
Association’s Property Management Policy Subcommittee. The mission of
this Subcommittee is to monitor state legislation and regulatory proposals
concerning residential property management and landlord/tenant issues and
to develop recommendations as appropriate.