Self-Storage Firm Investment Real Estate LLC Hires Accounting Assistant

Investment Real Estate LLC (IRE), a property-management and consulting firm serving the self-storage industry, has hired Tyler Jermyn as accounting assistant, responsible for managing the daily accounting functions for Investment Real Estate Management (IREM). She’ll work with the company’s new accounting manager, Mary Cornelius. Her duties will include providing key support and administration in banking and treasury, accounts payable and receivable, payroll support, and financial reporting.

Jermyn is also spearheading the implementation of a paperless accounts-payable process for the company. She brings a wealth of experience in accounting and facilities operation in the self-storage industry, according to a press release.

“Tyler is a wonderful addition to our accounting department at IREM. Her super-positive attitude and knowledge of the self-storage industry made her the perfect fit. We are glad she decided to move back to her home state of Pennsylvania, and we welcome her to our team,” said John Gilliland, IRE CEO and President.

Jermyn earned a bachelor’s degree from York College of Pennsylvania. After graduation, she spent a year in Lancaster, Pa., working as an associate microbiologist for Eurofins Lancaster Labs Environmental LLC. She then moved to Oregon, where she switched career paths and became the accounting and human-resources assistant at a real estate management company specializing in residential housing and self-storage.

“I am thrilled to be a new member of the Investment Real Estate team, and it’s already evident to me that IRE is moving in a very positive direction,” Jermyn said. “I look forward to building a fulfilling career here, alongside all of the other talented individuals at this company.”

Since its inception in 1998, IRE has provided brokerage, construction, development and management services to self-storage owners and investors.

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