Category: Management

Management
2019 October Why Am I Being Deposed?

The unit owners in your condominium have been noticed for deposition in the pending transition litigation. Now they have come to you, the property management team, with questions. What should they expect at the deposition? What kinds of que…

Read More
Management
2019 October How Property Managers Save Time

To describe the life of a property manager as 'busy' is an understatement. From visiting client communities to answering endless board member and resident queries, to fielding bids from contractors—the property manager's work is never compl…

Read More
Management
2019 October Co-ops, Condos, & Kids

While children are most certainly the future, in the present they can often be a bit of a handful. In buildings and associations where residents live in close quarters, it’s inevitable that unit owners without kids will cross paths with the…

Read More
Management
Managing Conflicts

Living in a multifamily dwelling requires tolerance for other people, particularly when those people are noisy, smelly, or have questionable taste in door decorations. In New York, where the majority of people share a wall with at least one…

Read More
Management
Engaging a Fitness Center Company

In-house gyms and fitness centers are some of the most popular amenities a co-op, condo, or HOA can offer residents and prospective buyers -- but just plunking down a treadmill and some barbells in a common room doesn't exactly qualify. In …

Read More
Management
The Top 3 Security-Related Mistakes

Securing the safety of residents and their personal property is one of a condo, co-op, or HOA board's most important duties. In this clip, two security pros reveal the biggest blunders they see board-management teams make, and give some ins…

Read More
Management
Common Board Blunders

Professionals who work with co-op, condo, and HOA boards see a lot - and over the course of their careers, accumulate wisdom that client communities both current and future can benefit from. In this clip, a quartet of management pros discus…

Read More
Management
Removing Medical Waste

Many co-op and condominium buildings consider themselves fortunate to have income-producing commercial tenants on their ground floor. More often than not, these tenants are medical professionals: doctors, dentists, small outpatient treatmen…

Read More
Management
Managing Multifamily Buildings

Whether you manage a tight-knit building with just a few units, or a sprawling development with hundreds, property management comes with unique challenges. In this clip, two industry veterans let us in on the biggest ones they face in servi…

Read More
1 2 3 26 Next