Jersey City, New Jersey (PRWEB) November 01, 2013
mem property management, a leading New Jersey property management company, recently promoted Matthew K. Laderman to vice president of operations. Since 2011, Laderman served as senior assistant property manager, where he was the primary contact for a wide range of service-related and administrative matters, coordinated service calls with building personnel and oversaw vendor supervision. Previously, Laderman held other positions within the company, assisting multiple property managers and the controller with various management responsibilities.
As vice president of operations, Laderman will have oversight of the strategic direction, expansion and operation of residential properties throughout New Jersey. Laderman’s key areas of responsibility will include vendor management, inspections, property repairs and maintenance and ongoing engagement with community association representatives and board members.
“Matthew has demonstrated his strength in strategic planning and operational excellence,” said Martin Laderman, CEO of mem property management. “He has a strong focus on client service and is actively involved in the day-to-day affairs of each association and property. We are excited to have Matthew continue to support our diverse residential portfolio in this new role as vice president.”
“I am honored to continue working with the outstanding team at mem property management and I look forward to contributing to the company’s continued success and help maximize value for owners and residents of our managed properties in my new position,” said Matthew Laderman.
About mem property management
mem property management is a privately held NJ property management company that was founded in 1984, by Martin H. Laderman with the vision to increase property value through solid, experienced management. Since that time the company has expanded to manage dozens of properties from its New York border to the Jersey Shore.
mem property management is privileged to serve some of the finest communities throughout New Jersey including many of the major developers and builders as well as communities as diverse as small ocean-front condominiums to large master-planned communities with several hundred homes to age-restricted retirement communities.