For many of us, working from home during this pandemic is unfamiliar territory. What used to be a luxury for some, has now become a necessity for most.
Spring is here! Have your clients surveyed their apartment building or condominium property recently for safety hazards? Property Managers, Coop Board Members and Apartment Building Owners have a responsibility to properly maintain the common elements of the property and to avoid maintenance emergencies such as floods and life threatening events such as fires.
COVID-19 & New Empire Group’s RECOVER Program + Tips on How to Deal with Potential COVID-19 Related Issues
As the days go by, there seems to be new information regarding the coronavirus (COVID-19) disease everywhere we turn. With this new information, there is also concern over its potential to affect the welfare of our employees or our business operations. You may be wondering if it’s negative effect could be covered by an insurance policy you have?
As the fear of Coronavirus spreads, unfortunately, so do the rumors. The outbreak of the novel coronavirus has created immense panic and uncertainty. Before passing on any rumor, take the time to verify it. Get your information from trusted sources like coronavirus.gov or your state and local government’s official websites.
With the COVID-19 situation, many people who don’t usually work remotely are working from home—this may sound like a dream, but navigating the waters of this new work situation can prove to be difficult, at least at first.
Are your Client’s Properties Ready for Freezing Temperatures?
As we all know, water expands as it freezes, putting an extreme amount of pressure on whatever is containing it, including metal or plastic pipes.
With the extreme temperatures and excessive snow starting to hit parts of the country, one thing your property manager clients will probably be dealing with is snow removal. Did your client’s make arrangements with an outside company prior to this season’s snowfall?
Property Owners, Coop Boards and Landlords research and deal with many different types of insurance policies for their property. One of the most commonly overlooked (and one of the most important) types of insurance is the umbrella insurance policy.
It is no secret that Property Owners have a lot on their plates. It’s a tough job to manage the many variables required to keep properties running smoothly.