Landscaping Ideas for Condominiums

As a condo owner, you might miss a yard where you can plant your plants and vegetables. Whether you have only a patio in a high-rise or a small patch of grass outside your bottom-floor condo, there are several ways to add landscaping to your area and maximize your small space.    Take a look […]

Hurricane Season – Rain, Rain, Go Away!!

Picking the right property management company is like picking a partner.  There is never a more important time to have your partner by your side then in an emergency.  We at Klein Property Management pride our selves on always being be available for any emergency event.  Please call us at (732) 446-0611 to discuss your […]

SUCCESS!! – Being the best, you can be in a Shopping Center

SUCCESS!! – Being the best, you can be in a Shopping Center I am often asked what makes a successful business in a shopping center.  Even if you do everything right, sometimes the concept, location or community acceptance just doesn’t click. Often business’s fail because of some basic issues.  Being an entrepreneur is one of […]

When Can Condo and Co-op Boards Fine the Owners and Shareholders?

What authority is given to boards of condominiums and cooperative corporations to impose and enforce fines respectively on condo unit owners and cooperative shareholder-tenants who violate building house rules. Boards of condominiums and cooperative corporations have almost unlimited powers over their buildings’ operations and the manner in which condominium unit owners and cooperative shareholders may […]

Splash News – New Pool Rules

Jonathan Katz Esq., from our friends at Hill Wallack LLP, sent us the updated new operational pool requirements. If we at Klein Property Management can help you with any of your property management needs, please give us a call at 732 446-0611. Without much publicity or fanfare, new rules and regulations updating the New Jersey […]

Spring Cleanup!

Spring cleaning isn’t just for unit owners. As we move out of the winter months, now is a great time to make sure the community is “spic and span”.   Take a Walk. March is a great time to schedule landscape walks and maintenance walks with your vendors.  Look at what kind of landscape needs you […]

What is an Ice Dam?

With the crazy cold weather of 2017 and 2018, a lot more homes are experiencing Ice Damming which has caused leaks in homes where leaks never occurred before. This article is from This Old House.  Who doesn’t love those guys? Please give us a call if we can help you with any of your residential […]

New Tax Law – Winners and Losers

I found an interesting article explaining the probable ramifications with the new tax law limiting the allowable mortgage deductions. Developers have been gearing up and have been developing rental properties since the downturn in the economy in 2007.  We too, have been adjusting our business to be a lot more rental centric.  Please give us […]

It’s The Little Things That Matter in Shopping Centers

It’s The Little Things That Matter in Shopping Centers – When managing your shopping center – It’s the little things that matter most. The world and how it operates is changing faster than we can keep up with. Every day a new app or a way a business used to operate changes. Shopping malls across […]

Insurance: One of the Many Mysteries of the World

Insurance has always baffled many residents due to the voluminous policy pages and all of the small print exclusions. Here’s a Property Insurance Primer from Brown & Brown Insurance to help understand the different type of policies. Your Association’s Documents MUST be reviewed by your agent to ensure proper coverage. HOA coverage is very different […]