Effective property management isn’t easy. It takes attention to detail, constant vigilance, and hard work. But that’s our job. And if we do it right, it should appear easy to our clients. Our clients should see well-maintained properties, clear and timely financial planning and reporting, and fast and thorough responses to their questions… And they do. We take a thorough and tested approach to property management that begins with visiting the property and ends with a detailed plan that our managers can put into action.
Visit the Property
We visit the property in advance to gain a better idea of the management needs.
Secure the Site
Have residents identify any life safety hazards that might need to be corrected: smoke detectors and fire systems, secured entry or physical issues that could pose safety risks to residents or guests.
Thoroughly Inspect the Property
Inspect the property and generate a detailed report on all findings. Review all contractual services and the overall expense structure and bid out as appropriate. Prepare a list of deferred maintenance items and required capital improvements.
Audit all compliance procedures and determine if any action is required.
Project cash needs based on the property’s condition and incoming revenue.
Provide Detailed Financial Reports
Prepare reports tailored to the specifications of our clients. All reports are done with our Buildium software program and we have full-time accountants available should you ever need assistance with your reports.
Plan for the Future
Create annual budgets to approximate spending and plan for capital projects.
“As a small building in Brooklyn, we found it hard to source a management company that would take us on at all, or give us the personalized attention that we needed… until we found Wexford. They have been a breath of fresh air compared to our last management company who ignored our calls and emails. Wexford replies quickly with follow through from people who truly care about us and the management of our building. We are lucky to have found them!”
– Chase Massingill, President, Commodore’s Court Condominium
“Wexford has been a total lifesaver for our building. As a relatively new association, we struggled for years to get a hold of our finances, bylaws and the basics of how our building should be run. After less than ideal experiences with two previous management companies, we hired Wexford and it’s not hyperbole to say that they helped turn things entirely around. Their expertise, professionalism, judgement, responsiveness, creativity and the overall caliber of their leadership is second to none. Hiring them was one of the best decisions we, as a Board, have made.”
– Jonathan Stahler, Board President, Citta 50 Condominium
“I have been consistently happy we chose Wexford over all other management companies. Their staff and management team are accessible when we need them, proactive with ideas, considerate, and always willing to help determine the best solution for our building. The building is professionally managed and runs smoothly with them at the helm.”
– Kerry Greeley, Argyle House
“We switched managing agents to Wexford this summer and our building is so much better off for it. Dylan and Lauren have been great to work with. They are responsive and communicate well. They are a pleasure to work with.”
– Fred Wilson
“Wexford has been managing our building at 211 West 18th Street for two years now. Wexford bought the company that managed us before- Silver Rail Management. I was very pleased with Silver Rail and Wexford came into a situation with high expectations on my part. I am pleased to say my expectations have been met and exceeded. We are very well managed by Wexford. The manager assigned to us, Dylan Cecchini, is very attentive and hands on. I have an excellent working relationship with him. The back office of Wexford, particularly Karissa McNab, is also very good. All reports are concise and accurate and my requests for information and explanations are responded to very quickly and the office is easy to work with. I would recommend Wexford without any hesitation.”
– Jay Pagano