26 07, 2017

MAOA Convenes July 2017 Meeting

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The guest speaker at the July Minority Apartment Owners Association Meeting (MAOA) was Attorney Melissa Hernandez representing the office of Felman, Daggenhurst & El Dabe - a firm specializing in landlord law with over 60 years of combined expertise. Pictured left-right is Ruth A. Hayles, Executive Director; Michael Williams, Property Manager/Realtor; Attorney Melissa Hernandez, and [...]

16 03, 2015

What do you expect from a property manager?

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When you hire a property management company your want them to be experts in: • Finds tenants and screens them • Collects rent • Fields tenant phone calls • Arranges for repair workers to fix issues • Arranges for the property to be cleaned and updated before renting back out • Charges a fee for [...]

16 03, 2015

What is a Receivership?

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A court order whereby all the property subject to dispute in a legal action is placed under the dominion and control of an independent person known as a receiver. Receivership is an extraordinary remedy, the purpose of which is to preserve property during the time needed to prosecute a lawsuit, if a danger is present [...]

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