Regulations Regarding Opening Clubhouses and Holding Indoor Events

Original article attributed to and used with permission by Hill & Wallack LLP. Written by Terry A. Kessler. With Executive Order 152, issued on June 9, Governor Murphy has authorized larger numbers of people to congregate in certain areas and under specified conditions and so enables community associations to open their clubhouses and facilities and […]

Clothes Dryer Fires – It’s a Fire Just Waiting to Happen

Few people realize that dryer vent cleaning will significantly reduce the risk of fire. According to the US Consumer Product Safety Commission, there are an estimated annual 15,500 fires, 10 deaths and 10 injuries associated with the dryer vent. Several hundred people a year are also subjected to carbon monoxide poisoning from improper dryer vent […]

Updated Lien Priority Law Benefits Condominium and Homeowners Associations in New Jersey

Lien Priority Law Update Headed to Governor Murphy for Signature On March 25, 2019, the New Jersey Legislature passed legislation that will enhance the lien priority for condominium associations and, for the first time, give the same lien priority to homeowners associations. If this legislation is signed by Governor Murphy, both condominium and homeowners associations […]

A Landlord’s Template for Offering to Renew a Lease

The goal of renewing your lease is to keep quality tenants who pay rent on time and take care of your property. Even though you are continuing a lease arrangement with existing tenants, you still need to create a brand-new lease. Leases are fixed contracts, and for this reason, you cannot edit your lease end […]

Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives – Change Your Clocks, Change Your Batteries!

The annual fall ritual of returning clocks to standard time will take place November 3rd. We would like to remind everyone that when it’s time to change your clocks it is also time for that other fall ritual, changing the batteries in your smoke alarms. The death rate per 100 reported home fires was more […]

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 […]

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 […]