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Management
2007 Jan Managing Alterations and Renovations

Let's say the guy down the street is a sucker for all things medieval. On weekends, he dresses up in armor and whacks other armored men with clubs. Sometimes he even jousts. You get the idea. Now let's say this same fellow wants his…

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Management
2007 Jan Licensing for Professionals

When it comes to dealing with the myriad professionals who help make a co-op or condo association run smoothly, licensing can be a significant umbrella protecting board members and residents alike from potential problems. Choosing a lice…

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Management
2007 Jan A Day in the Life of a Manager

Whether you live in an active adult community, a gated, resort-style neighborhood, or a downtown high-rise condo, your community needs someone to coordinate the financial, physical, and mechanical upkeep of your property. Your managing agen…

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Management
2007 Jan Tips for Seamless Management Transition

Your property management company is the custodian of your development. It is the job of your managing agent to handle your HOA's finances, keep track of contractors and vendors, and pay bills. But what happens if the company you hired to do…

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Management
2007 Jan Figuring Management Fees

When you buy a used car, you don't just walk into a dealership without doing any research beforehand. You don't just plunk your hard-earned cash down on the counter, tell the salesperson, "Give me that one," and then drive away with no ques…

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Management
2006 Jun Suburban Storage Options

Comedian George Carlin got it right—all we want is a little space for our stuff. Ample storage space is a precious commodity, and residents are often left on their own to invent creative ways to store bikes, sports equipment, holiday dec…

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Management
2006 May Management Matters

What makes an association manager really successful? Is it hands-on attention to each association in their portfolio, or their ability to point wayward boards in the right direction to solve their own problems? Do great managers have to …

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Management
2006 Apr A Look Inside Monticello Management

Although Leonia-based Monticello Management, Inc. is a fairly new property management company, the people behind the company have a lifetime (or two) of real estate experience between them. "I spent the first 20 years of my career a…

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Management
2005 Oct A 13 Point Plan for Successful Transition

As construction and home ownership continue to be a growth industry in New Jersey, one issue that will be faced by more and more HOA members is the transfer of power from community developers and sponsors to the new homeowners who w…

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Management
2005 Oct A Look at IREM's Educational Programs

Where do property managers learn their stuff? They're not born knowing how to broker peace between feuding neighbors or who to call when the storm gutters are flooded, so they must learn their trade from other experts. There are a number…

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