For most people, after a long winter, warm weather cannot come soon enough. But, if you are a trustee in a community association or a property manager, spring means more than barbecues and patio furniture—it means tough decisions and expensive building repairs. Fortunately for New Jersey trustees, there’s an event that can make those tough decisions a little easier on you and your wallet. On Wednesday, May 14, The New Jersey Cooperator is holding its Premier Condo, HOA & Co-op Expo, an event that offers valuable information and services to the condominium, townhouse and HOA communities.
“This will certainly be the premier Expo for building managers, board managers, and trustees,” says Henry Robbins, executive vice president of Yale Robbins, Inc., The New Jersey Cooperator’sparent company and producer of the Expo. “In one day, you can get the latest and greatest in products and services.”
Looking for a new service provider? Need replacement windows? How about an accountant? Or maybe you’re searching for a new property manager or a landscaper?
There will be over 100 booths of exhibitors, covering everything from asbestos abatement to window replacement, and running the gamut of everything in between— what Henry Robbins describes as “sort of like a supermarket of service providers and new products.”
For trustees and managers, the Expo serves as a one-stop-shop for all services needed to manage and maintain buildings. The event is mutually beneficial to vendors as well, because, as Robbins says, “We bring the business to you. The whole point of the show is to bring the right people in the industry together. The Cooperator’sExpos have become a prime destination for real estate professionals and board trustees seeking resources and valuable networks.”