mem property management has announced its sponsorship of the New Jersey chapter Community Associations Institute (CAI-NJ) Annual Conference & Expo. The conference will be held October 17, 2019 at the i Play American.Freehold, New Jersey
Visitors to the mem property management nj Booth (#819/821) can learn more about the company, its role in the New Jersey property management industry and the resources that it offers to board members, unit owners, homeowners and business partners, including: vendor management and contractor supervision; building inspections and maintenance needs analysis; financial management and association budget preparation and review; and the day to management and oversight of its property portfolio while servicing inquiries from board members, residents and other interested parties.
“We are excited about showcasing our company and our New Jersey property management solutions, to the CAI-NJ community this year,” said Martin Laderman, founder and president of mem property management. During the CAI-NJ Annual Conference & Expo, there will be educational sessions specifically for community managers, community association volunteer leaders (CAVLs), homeowners and business partners. Some of the topics to be covered include: Social Media, How to be a Successful and Outstanding Manager and Changing Cultures Within Communities.
“In addition to presenting our comprehensive range of New Jersey property management services , CAI-NJ provides an ideal forum to exchange ideas about industry best practices,” added Laderman. “We are proud to support this organization and contribute to the discussion.”
About mem property management
mem property management is a privately held NJ property management company that was founded in 1984, by Martin H. Laderman with the vision to increase property value through solid, experienced management. Since that time the company has expanded to manage dozens of properties from its New York border to the Jersey Shore. mem property management is privileged to serve some of the finest communities throughout New Jersey including many of the major developers and builders as well as communities as diverse as small ocean-front condominiums to large master-planned communities with several hundred homes to age-restricted retirement communities.
CAI-NJ is the New Jersey chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), a national non-profit organization, dedicated to fostering vibrant, responsive, competent community associations and helping them promote harmony, community and responsible leadership.
CAI-NJ is the second-largest of 61 chapters in the United States and internationally, and provides continuous education and resources to help our more than 1,600 members, including 1,000 community association volunteer leaders, stay abreast of current community association issues and events in the State of New Jersey. For more information about CAI-