Turning Bad Habits Into Best Practices

Property managers can play a key role in ridding boards of some nasty habits.  Most co-op and condo boards run reasonably well. And then there are those with some very bad habits: boards who pay themselves; boards who hire a vendor who’s a relative; boards who play favorites over garage spaces or storage bins.  What’s a managing agent to do when he or she signs on with such a co-op or condo?   Read the article……………….


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