Rebuilding After a Hurricane: How Your Property Management Company Can Help
Posted on Tuesday August 23, 2016
In the aftermath of a powerful hurricane or tropical storm, a quality property management company can facilitate your building’s repairs and help residents start returning to their day-to-day activities, as seen with FirstService Residential’s efforts after Superstorm Sandy. After the storm has passed, the first consideration is the safety of your building’s residents. Once that has been established, it’s time to work toward returning to a normal way of life. Here are some of the steps the best property management company will take to help you get there.
FirstService Residential Property Managers Briefed on Local Law 45
Posted on Wednesday August 17, 2016
Among the speakers at the July Property Managers’ Meeting was Tim Mitchell, an attorney with Cohen, Hochman, & Allen, who explained the details of Local Law 45 of 2016, the city's temporary program to settle outstanding Environmental Control Board violations issued by the Department of Buildings.
How Your New York City Property Management Company Can Be Your Best Friend During Hurricane Season
Posted on Sunday July 24, 2016
As a board member of a New York City condominium or cooperative, you understand how this coastal metropolis can be impacted by large storms. The good news is that by partnering with an experienced and knowledgeable property management company, your building can be thoroughly prepared while minimizing the risk of potential damages during hurricane season. To help you and your property achieve the best property management service before, during and after hurricane season, here are some helpful tips.
New York City Hurricane Season – Why It’s Important To Prepare Now
Posted on Friday July 15, 2016
With summer in full swing, New Yorkers are focused on spending time outdoors and having fun in the sun. The fact that hurricane season – which runs from June 1 to November 30 along the east coast – is upon us, often isn’t top of mind. This season, there is one important question every board member and resident should ask: “Is my community prepared for a possible traumatic weather event such as a hurricane?”