Co-op and condo buildings frequently have capital expenses, such as elevator, roof, or façade maintenance.
Boards frequently employ assessments to fund these renovations. These are brief hikes in your maintenance or common fees that are imposed to pay for a particular development or top off a cooperative’s reserve fund.Read More
As a landlord in Queens, you likely have a lot on your plate. Between managing tenant relationships, collecting rent, and handling maintenance requests, it can be difficult to keep up with everything that needs to be done. If you’re feeling overwhelmed by the demands of property management, it may be time to consider hiring professional…Read More