Bonnie Bertan

last updated 7/3/2018

Bonnie Bertan

President at Association Advisors NJ

Location:
19 West Main Street, Freehold, New Jersey, United States
HQ Phone:
(732) 294-8882

General Information

Experience

President - Stonehurst Association Inc

Co-President - Colts Neck High School PTSO

Recent News  

Wearing Many Hats, Performing Many Tasks - A Day in the Life of a Property Manager - The New Jersey Cooperator, The Condo, HOA & Co-op Monthly

"I wish that people realized that the manager has to take direction from the board and get approvals from the board, and that can take a little time," says Bonnie Bertan, principal and president of Association Advisors in Red Bank, NJ. "Owners get frustrated and sometimes take it out on the managers.
The statement that Ms Bonnie Bertan made in regards to the managers "A property manager touches every aspect of a community, in many ways on a personal level as well as a professional level. The statement that Ms Bonnie Bertan made in regards to the managers "A property manager touches every aspect of a community, in many ways on...

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Wearing Many Hats, Performing Many Tasks - A Day in the Life of a Property Manager - The Cooperator New Jersey, The Condo, HOA & Co-op Monthly

"I wish that people realized that the manager has to take direction from the board and get approvals from the board, and that can take a little time," says Bonnie Bertan, principal and president of Association Advisors in Red Bank, NJ. "Owners get frustrated and sometimes take it out on the managers.
The statement that Ms Bonnie Bertan made in regards to the managers "A property manager touches every aspect of a community, in many ways on a personal level as well as a professional level. The statement that Ms Bonnie Bertan made in regards to the managers "A property manager touches every aspect of a community, in many ways on…

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http://njcooperator.com/article/under-new-management

Bonnie Bertan, president of Association Advisors in Freehold, agrees.
"There are various reasons that boards seek new management companies. The one thing we hear a lot about on interviews is customer service," she adds. "Boards are becoming more conscientious about the needs of the homeowners and the need for open communication between the board and the owners via the management company."

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