Category: Management

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2022 Winter/Expo Tenants, Subleasing, & Non-Resident Owners

In the world of owned residential communities like co-ops, condominiums, and HOAs, the issue of leased or sublet units is often the elephant in the corner of the communal room. Most owners choose to buy their units because they want a stabl…

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2022 Winter/Expo Electronic Voting

The COVID-19 pandemic affected the daily lives of millions in the United States and around the world in myriad ways, including the business of managing an HOA or condo association. Although electronic voting for association elections has be…

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2022 Winter/Expo Changing Property Managers

Of the many consequential decisions boards and board members have to make on behalf of their communities, choosing a management company—or a manager within a given firm—is among the biggest. Managers are the point of contact between residen…

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2021 Winter/Expo Environmental Irritants

For nearly two years now, the pandemic has dominated just about every corner of multifamily community management—particularly when it comes to indoor air quality, circulation, and filtration. But even before anyone had ever heard of COVID-1…

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2021 Winter/Expo 40-Year Building Inspections

For building owners and property managers who may soon be facing the 40-year building recertification process in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, Benjamin Franklin’s advice on prevention is fitting.  The 40-year Building Safety Inspection …

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2021 October Keeping an Often Digital Paper Trail

Large or small, wealthy or humble, condo, HOA, or co-op, all multifamily communities must keep up-to-date records—of finances, meeting minutes, and rules and regulations, to name a key few. In some cases, it’s even required by law. That’s …

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2020 October Supporting Essential Building Workers

While residents of condos, co-ops, and HOAs do their part to prevent the spread of COVID-19 by staying in their homes as much as they can, they rely on the supers, porters, valets, doorpeople, janitorial workers, handymen and -women, securi…

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Management Reopening Your Community
Reopening Your Community

Editor’s Note: During this crisis, The Cooperator family of publications will be passing along information, tips, and FAQs submitted by our network of industry professionals, including attorneys, managers, and other subject matter experts. …

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Management COVID-19 Cases Plateauing in Some Areas
May 7, 2020 COVID-19 Cases Plateauing in Some Areas

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announced over the April 18-19 weekend that new cases and hospitalizations for coronavirus infections appear to be slowing somewhat in the Empire State, which has so far borne the brunt of the pandemic in the …

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Management COVID-19 Q&A for Condos, HOAs, & Co-ops
March 20, 2020 COVID-19 Q&A for Condos, HOAs, & Co-ops

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unique and challenging situations to each of us. Our cooperative and condominium clients, and their managing agents, have been working diligently to keep pace as this crisis unfolds. First and foremost, we …

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