772 W Beech St
Long Beach, NY 11561

Tel: (516)345-4200


Asset Services

Our asset management team consists of professionals with sixteen years of experience in acquiring, underwriting, renovating and operating commercial properties specializing in multifamily assets.


  • Interface with third party vendors including property managers, lawyers, accountants, contractors and investors.
  • Conduct market studies and execute leasing strategy.
  • Monitor relevant market data and knowledge.
  • Establish and maintain broker relationships.
  • Engage third-party brokers, negotiate brokerage agreements and monitor performance of leasing brokers.
  • Regularly visit properties and conduct on-site inspections.
  • Work with property managers to bid and oversee operational contracts and services for both repair/maintenance and capital improvements.
  • Work with management to review insurance compliance.
  • Monitor property operational performance including utilities and other property-specific expenses.
  • Assist with dispositions and acquisition due diligence as requested.


  • Review and analyze property budgets and prepare for review and discussion with ownership/management.
  • Monitor variance analysis of financial reports (i.e., budget versus actual, year-to-date performance).
  • Monitor accounts receivable, coordinate collections and respond to any delinquencies in accordance with established policies.
  • Financial modeling of existing investments; create, maintain and update existing investment models.
  • Perform buy/sell and refinance analyses for investments.
  • Draft investor letters and manage reporting processes for investors/lenders.
  • Administer loan covenants and manage the drawdown of loan reserves.
  • Interface with lenders and capital partners for approvals, new loans and refinances.
  • Seek and implement value-add income and expense saving opportunities.
  • Pursue favorable financial incentives including low-interest rate loans and grants for capital projects.

Analyze cash available at each property and discuss any deficiencies/surplus with ownership in recommending capital calls/distributions.