By Alan Rosenberg
a): Your Condominium’s Surface-Level
- The Board’s responsibilities:
The personalized needs of each different condominium
b): Your Condominium’s Real
- Cost-savings/economies of scale
- Site Operations
- Financial/administrative services
- Condominium expertise, in-house resources
c): Your Current Management: Can They
- How to assess them properly
- When to stop trying
d): How To Assess The Competition
- Site Inspections
- Their experience in managing properties similar
- The interview process
- Reputation, credibility
e): The Final Decision
- Is the management candidate too large?
- Is the management candidate too small?
- Fees: what’s reasonable?
- On-site managerial staff: what to expect, what
- Which is the best company for your condominium?
HOW TO BE THE CONDOMINIUM MANAGEMENT COMPANY
- Be aware of the above, and make sure the potential
client knows you’re aware of it