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Merlot Management

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Merlot Management

270 MADISON AVE

New York City, New York,10016

United States

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Merlot Management | Habitat Magazine

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Merlot Management is owned and operated by Beth Markowitz, who has over 25 years of experience in residential real estate in New York.
We currently manage more than 30 cooperative, condominium, and HDFC properties throughout Manhattan. Beth Markowitz, President Available resources from this vendor:


Engineer on Board | RAND Engineering Architecture, DPC

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"Having an engineer or an architect on your board can be a tremendous help because they bring technical knowledge and insight to projects," says Beth Markowitz, President of Merlot Management in Manhattan.
"An engineer sitting on the board has to remember that he can't work the same way he does professionally," Markowitz says.


cooperator.com

"There's things you notice when you're at the building for yourself," says Beth Markowitz, president of Merlot Management, Inc. in Manhattan.
"I don't know if complacency is the word I'd use," says Markowitz. "Money-that's probably the first issue," says Markowitz. "There's only so much money in the pot. "Anything that's petroleum-based has gone up in cost," says Markowitz. "First off, you need to have meetings," says Markowitz. "If the super is taking care of personal issues during working hours, let the unit owners know that they need to arrange for him to come change light bulbs after working hours," says Markowitz. So, if you find your building maintenance is not up to snuff, you may need to spend more money, you may need to rethink the way your staff is managed, or, in extreme cases, make personnel changes. But fixing the problem can be easier than you think. "Sometimes, it's something really simple," says Markowitz.


2011 Business of Management Survey: Participants / Home - Habitat Magazine

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Beth Markowitz, President


www.warburgrealty.com

Information gleaned from Facebook, blogs or other Internet postings "is not pure data," said Beth Markowitz, the president of Merlot Management, a company that manages about 32 co-ops and condominiums throughout Manhattan.
Therefore, she said, it is not necessarily "true, accurate or unbiased."


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