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EMET Believes That Business Development and Property Management Must Work in Tandem

Multi-billion dollar real estate conglomerate Boston Capital chose EMET to develop and manage a key supportive housing property of over 100 units. This is just one example of the respect and reputation EMET has garnered in the industry.

EMET hands-on property management includes:

  • Budgeting

  • Accounting

  • Analysis

  • Reporting

  • On-site Supervision

  • Maintenance

  • Tenant Rentals and Retention

  • Marketing

EMET provides regular reports for its residential properties showing income and expense statements, balance sheets, YTD, MTD, budget comparisons and tenant background information. Audited financial statements are available to investors.

EMET is an NJ licensed real estate broker and an Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) designated Accredited Management Organization (AMO). Key staff members hold accreditations and licenses from IREM, the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB), and the New Jersey Real Estate Commission. Licenses include Certified Property Managers (CPM), Specialists in Housing Credit Management (SHCM), real estate broker, and salespersons.

Additionally, EMET has established a number of not-for-profit partnerships in development projects, mentoring nonprofits and faith-based community development organizations. These turnkey operations provide services to the supportive housing buildings constructing and developed by EMET.

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EMET Puts Projects Together and Delivers Success

The real estate development community often calls on EMET to consult on issues concerning the acquisition, feasibility, development, finance, construction, management, and social services.

On any and every project, EMET determines the best strategy to fulfill the needs of all involved parties and balance their many perspectives. With expertise for spearheading plans of action, EMET creates and implements project plans to deliver results.

The Paterson YMCA was a building that was deteriorating both in its physical and financial conditions. Ron assembled a development team that included the YMCA organization, grant writers, architects, and financial advisors. Approximately $8,000,000 in rental assistance was obtained from HUD over a 10 year period, $2,000,000 in grants and over $1,000,000 in loans.

The property was renovated, became fiscally sound, and became a model facility in providing supportive housing for 200 homeless individuals.

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Through close relation with many financial, syndication and government institutions, EMET provides acquisition, construction, equity and grant financing.

Looking for a reliable Real Estate Development Firm with years of experience? Since 2000, we’ve earned a reputation for absolute customer satisfaction with our services. We offer this and many other services at competitive rates, while providing clientele with personalized attention that sets us apart from the competition. Get in touch so we can get started today.

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