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Feherty Property Management Inc. Quick Response
The Robertson Place townhouse condominiums experienced a water main leak on a Friday evening of the Labour Day weekend. FPMI had workers on site immediately to control the flooding resulting from the leak, and a crew had the leak repaired by Saturday afternoon. This prompt response ensured a minimum period for residents without water and minimized the damage that would have been caused by the flow from the leak.
Feherty Property Management Inc. Cost Saving
When first hired as property manager for the East Street townhouse condominiums in Sutton, FPMI staff identified what appeared to be excessive water charges from the bulk water meter. Further analysis by FPMI technical staff concluded a fault with the Town bulk meter. Following replacement of the meter by the Town, the water charges were reduced by more than 50%. This reduction resulted in a cost saving to the Condominium Corporation of some $12,000 per year.
Feherty Property Management Inc. Parking Enforcement
The Highgate townhouse condominiums and the Pony Drive commercial condominium in Newmarket were experiencing numerous overnight parking infractions by unit occupants and visitors. FPMI staff, in their capacity as Town of Newmarket Provincial Offences Officers, initiated warning and ticketing systems for each condominium. In a relatively short time span, these systems resolved the problems to the satisfaction of the Corporations.
Feherty Property Management Inc. Licencing and Legislation
FPMI has always ensured that our staff is fully qualified to perform their property management duties. To this end, our Manager of Operations and Senior Consultant are both Designated Registered Condominium Managers. Furthermore, we have one staff member in the RCM qualification program. Thus, when the anticipated designation requirements are incorporated in the proposed updating of the Ontario Condominium Act, FPMI will be well positioned to satisfy all of the needs of an upgraded property management regime.