Property Tax Abatements: What Unit Owners And Shareholders Need To Know
Posted on Wednesday November 29, 2017
In preparation for the 2018/2019 Cooperative/Condominium Property Tax Abatement* filing, all unit owners and shareholders received a letter from FirstService Residential requiring confirmation of primary residency status. Read more to understand what you need to do now.
City Gives Legionnaires Lessons at New Cooling Tower Academy
Posted on Tuesday November 28, 2017
President Dan Wurtzel is quoted in this Real Estate Weekly article discussing the importance of educating property managers and building operators to comply with New York City’s cooling tower regulations, ensuring resident safety. FirstService Residential is also credited with organizing initial training drawing over 400 guests.
FirstService Residential to Pilot Direct to Resident Insurance Program
Posted on Tuesday November 21, 2017
In an effort to continuously enhance the value of every property and the lifestyle of every resident we serve, FirstService Residential is excited to announce a partnership with Lemonade Insurance Company to facilitate homeowners and renters insurance policies for resident within our managed properties.
HOARDING: Best Practices for Condo and Co-op Boards
Posted on Wednesday October 25, 2017
Did you know that hoarding can lead to serious (and sometimes fatal) hazards? Residents at your property who suffer from this debilitating disorder not only endanger themselves, but often become a hazard to the rest of the community. Download our whitepaper, "HOARDING: Best Practices for Condo and Co-op Boards," and ensure the safety of every member of your community!
37th CNYC Housing Conference Provides Board Members With Unique Educational Opportunity
Posted on Sunday October 22, 2017
The Council of New York Cooperatives & Condominiums (CNYC) is hosting its 37th annual Housing Conference & Expo on Sunday, November 12, 2017. The full-day conference features 66 courses led by industry professionals and designed to help board members better understand the business of managing their building. Click to read more.
New Heating Rules Effective October 1
Posted on Monday October 16, 2017
New legislation requires residential buildings to set overnight temperatures to 62 degrees during the October 1 to May 31 heating season regardless of the outside temperature.