Hiring Staff: Finding, Vetting and Retaining Building Employees
It’s often said that good people are hard to find. That may be true, but for residential communities like ...
The Bidding Process: Finding the Best People at the Best Price
One truism of home ownership is that there is always something that needs to be fixed or upgraded.
Budgeting: Keep it Real to Plan for Future Expenses
When it comes to creating a working budget, there’s no such thing as too much planning. Boards that don’t keep a close eye on their money can end up deep in debt.
Digital Documents: Balancing Safe Storage with Accessibility
With infinite documents generated by sales, minutes, and more, year after year, how much needs to be kept and for how long?
Where Does it Go? The Problem of Financial Leakage
Co-ops and condos often find that expenses exceed projections. The question is, are there leaks?
Brooklyn Heights Co-op Parks $1 Million on Garage Repairs
Shareholders were not assessed for renovation of the three-level garage in their 32-story co-op.
Multifamily Property Management Takeaways from 2020
During the pandemic, property management changed and continues to evolve.
Management in Crisis: How the Pandemic Changed an Industry
Little could have prepared property managers for Covid19.
The Price is...Right? Adjusting for Pandemic's Impact
Even before COVID-19, where real estate values were going was not great.
Can Dog Walkers and Nannies Come into my Co-Op Now?
New York City has begun the slow process of reopening, but reopening does not mean a return to normal.
Gumley Haft Takes Action for New York Co-ops and Condos
Daniel Wollman, CEO, has solved 1000s of problems for New York residents from uptown to downtown.