In 30 years, we’ve solved a million problems for New York coops and condos. Bring us a new one.
Gumley Haft is a leading property management company in New York, known since 1989 for managing some of the city’s most desirable cooperatives and condominiums. Gumley Haft manages pre-and-post war residential apartment buildings throughout the Upper East Side, Upper West Side, Hell’s Kitchen, Gramercy, the Financial District, Brooklyn and Queens. Our teams of property managers rely on the latest technology for many aspects of residential management, from email notifications and online bill payment, to package tracking and building management systems (BMS). Our experience includes working with architects, engineers, contractors, and our clients, on projects ranging from half a million dollars to over seven million dollars. For 30 years, Gumley Haft has provided customized services to shareholders and unit owners in the New York City real estate market. Talk to us about your building.
Top 6 Reasons to Switch Managing Agents:
1. Not pleased with your managing agent’s response time
2. Your building’s finances are a mess
3. Projects sit on the agenda from meeting to meeting
4. Building needs are beyond the experience of your current manager
5. In the dark on future plans for your building
6. Want a fresh look at operations?
Time for a Property Management Company Search
Property Manager Checklist:
When you work with an experienced management company, many services should be expected as standard for apartment buildings of any size. Does your management company provide:
Analysis of monthly financial reports noting any significant variances from budget
An action list of short and long-term projects underway
Planning and budgeting for the future needs of your building
Outstanding personal service to residents with unique needs in the specialized New York market
Provide preventive maintenance programs customized for each season with projected plans for repairs today – and tomorrow
Emergency preparedness training for building staff and residents
Time to Switch Managing Agents