We are proud to announce that our Founder and Chairman, Neil K. Bortz was awarded the 2022 Carl H. Lindner Award for Entrepreneurial and Civic Spirit Winner as part of the Deloitte Cincinnati 100.
Even with rules and regulations designed to maintain community harmony, homeowner associations (HOA) are not impervious to disputes between neighbors. A neighbor-to-neighbor disagreement doesn’t need to rise to the level of harassment or intimidation to create a headache for the association board. But by being proactive and prepared, board members can prevent relatively minor disagreements from flaring up into something bigger — and ensure they act appropriately when violations do occur.
Here are five keys to successfully managing neighbor-to-neighbor conflict in an HOA.
Association managers can make life easier for a community’s board of directors — but hiring the right association manager can be challenging, even for well-established boards.
Candidates who look good on paper don’t always have what it takes to deliver. Industry certifications, insurance, experience, and other baseline requirements are essential qualities every candidate should possess. However, they don’t necessarily indicate if the candidate has the capacity, skillset, and leadership qualities to keep your community on track.
In fact, poor matches are often the result of not digging deep enough. To improve your chances of hiring the best association manager, here are five mistakes to avoid during the screening and interviewing process.
Being elected to a community’s board of directors is an honor — but one that can come with a steep learning curve.
After the rush of the election is over, new board members need to set their sights on fulfilling their responsibilities. But what a...
A group of experts including Towne Vice President of Development, Chad Munitz, offered insight in a recent conversation with Richard Malpica, vice president and Eastern region general manager for Yardi.
We are proud to announce that 20 of our communities are listed in the Elite 1% ORA Power Ranking. An annual list celebrating the properties with the highest online reputation management score. Only 1% of 128,000 properties analyzed make the list.
Towne Properties is proud to be included in January 2022 Biannual epIQ from Satisfacts as a top 10 management company for resident satisfaction. In addition, 5 of the communities we manage were included in the top 250 communities in the nation.
Towne Properties is proud to be included in the 2022 Pillar Award for Community Service list of Honorees.
Chad Munitz along with other multi-family leaders weigh in on centralizing operations to maximize NOI.
We are proud of our communities listed in the December epIQ Top 250 published by SatisFacts.
Columbus Business First ranked Towne Properties the second largest property management company of residential properties in Central Ohio.
For 38 years, The Enquirer has published a list of the largest privately held companies based in the Cincinnati region. Together, they have combined revenues of $43.9 billion and just under 119,000 employees.
Cincinnati 300 is a compilation of the region's top 300 business leaders—the most influential, most powerful, and most impactful people.
Towne Properties was ranked 5th on the Cincinnati Business Courier list of Greater Cincinnati's Largest Commercial Real Estate Developers.
Neil Bortz sits down with Tom Demeropolis at the Cincinnati Business Courier to discuss 60 years of Towne Properties.