Traits of Effective Property Managers – Evaluating Your Management Team

A cooperative, condominium or homeowner’s association is more likely than not governed by a ragtag band of brave volunteers. Oftentimes, these folks have outside jobs that have little to do with maintaining a residential real estate property, and thus the day-to-day operation of a community can prove quite exhaustive. Fortunately, this is a job that can be, to some extent, outsourced to a trusty professional.   Read the article…………..


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