Episode 6: The Key to Property Management is Communication

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Published on July 12, 2019

Back in the 90’s, Michael Cohen was practicing psychotherapy and was slowly purchasing real estate on the side. When his side business began to take off and the psychotherapy industry was changing, he decided to fully enter the property management industry and Asset Realty Management was formed. Twenty years later, Michael has learned a few things about the industry and shared his insights about what keeps his business successful.

This episode is unique in that we were able to talk with not only Michael, but also Marie Sharpe, an Affiliate Broker, who is also a part of the Asset team and is responsible for leading the company with the day-to-day tasks. We’ll hear from the two of them on what they feel makes Asset Realty stand apart from other companies and what they encourage other property managers to practice themselves.

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