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  • May 05, 2022
  • John Salustri

Property managers’ 6 most easily missed budget items

Numbers may not be as hard and fast as they might appear. Not, at least, when it comes to budgeting. “Do your plans always go perfectly?” asks a wry Lucinda Lilley, CPM®, CAPS, GRI. Well, says the vice president of FBS Property Management, AMO®<.sup>, in San Diego, “a budget is nothing more than a plan, there to keep everyone on the same page and going in the right direction.”


  • Mar 02, 2022
  • IREM

CAM reconciliation – get it right the first time

In real estate management, Common Area Maintenance, commonly referred to as CAM, are those maintenance items common to all the residents and/or tenants of a property.


  • Feb 24, 2022
  • John Salustri

Building the Future–Phillip Quinones

People who need to be where the action is might envy Phillip Quinones, CPM®. The 29-year-old graduate of the University of Virginia works in one of the hottest areas of commercial real estate–data centers–in one of the world’s hottest data center markets: Northern Virginia.


  • Sep 21, 2021
  • IREM

14 reasons why IREM members are awesome!

IREM members are at the core of everything we do. And, our members are the best at everything they do! You lead the way, moving our profession forward while helping those just joining this dynamic world leave their own mark in their careers.


  • May 24, 2021
  • Ted Thurn and John Salustri

1031 Like-Kind exchanges: Breaking it down for IREM members

If you ask anyone outside the industry what the typical real estate investor might look like, you’re liable to get a description of a well-dressed figure perched atop an empire of gleaming glass office towers. The descriptions would be colorful, and they would be mostly wrong.


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