Property management involves the operation, control, maintenance, and oversight of a property—usually one that’s been developed—and its long-term and day-to-day usage. It includes—but isn’t limited to—managing tenants, residents, retailers, or offices that are using the space; collecting rent; ensuring maintenance; and preventing damage to the premises.
The state of New York is responsible for spending over forty billion dollars of the total six hundred and six billion (plus) dollars spent on construction in the US last year according to sources. Observing the kind of development taking place in the region, this comes as no surprise. On a flipside, this also means those looking to invest in construction this year need to do so carefully.
Construction projects take time; the slightest mistake can set you back weeks if not months and be incredibly costly.
The New York real estate market is flourishing making it a haven for investors and construction companies but this boom in the market comes with its own set of challenges.
Working on a commercial real estate project? You have the option of becoming your own project manager of hiring construction consultants to provide guidance.