What We Do

About Us

Presently, we manage over 270 stores, encompassing over 17 million square feet of self storage in 33 states. SAM was founded in 2010 by Jay Hoke and Alyssa Quill.

Management Philosphy

We bring the experience and knowledge gathered from managing hundreds of storage facilities, but create a unique strategy for every individual property. Our size allows flexibility in relationships and localized focus on every property we manage.

Why 3rd Party Management?

Since SAM only specializes in self-storage, we bring years of experience in this industry. We act quickly when the tides change with the proper tools and resources, including a plan tailored to your specific property.

Who We Serve

We serve self storage owners throughout the USA who are looking for additional management assistance. We work with owners on marketing, revenue management, training, financial reporting and general property management. We also offer UPS Store Franchise opportunities and can assist our owners with securing a truck rental program as well.

From The Blog

8 New Storage Facilities Onboarded in March

April 1, 2021

March has been another busy month for Storage Asset Management – 8 new storage facilities have been onboarded across 4 different states. Adding to 2020’s success, SAM will be meeting customer’s storage needs in Rahway NJ, Fort Myers FL, Troy … Continued

SAM Adds 6 New Storage Facilities in February

March 4, 2021

Storage Asset Management is proud to build off of 2020’s excellent year of success – the company has successfully onboarded 6 new storage facilities in February 2021. These new faclities look forward to meeting the moving and storage needs of … Continued

Storage Asset Management Announces 2020 Results

February 22, 2021

Storage Asset Management (SAM) is proud to announce another excellent year of results for their managed stores. For the total year 2020, SAM increased same store* revenue by 4.9% and grew net operating income by 7.2% above 2020’s results. Although … Continued

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