One way to destroy a corporation financially is to hire the wrong company to manage the corporation’s finances. That’s what the president of a Berkeley, California, corporation did late in 2012. The strategy is succeeding brilliantly.
Bay Area Property Services, manager of a senior housing cooperative in Berkeley, has issued another declaration in its war of words on co-op members who wish to meet and talk.
In only two months at Berkeley Town House, community manager Bay Area Property Services has already demonstrated skill at alienating customers and repeatedly breaking laws and rules.
Condominium associations and housing cooperatives often hire managers. One of the larger managers specializing in this market is RealManage. It’s the manager of the cooperative where I live. I review RealManage, detailing some real strengths and some real weaknesses.
Berkeley Town House yesterday announced that RealManage will become its manager on 1 July 2010.
Some information about RealManage, a candidate for property management company for BTH, which visited on 20 April 2010.
Susie contacted Eugene Burger Management Corporation about managing BTH and asked me to talk with it when it called back. Here’s my report. It seems worth considering as an alternative to ACI.