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  • Partner Post: Gardener’s Guide to a Happy January
    by The Espoma Company on January 17, 2019 at 4:48 pm

    The weather outside is frightful, but the garden is so delightful! Despite chilly temperatures, you can garden throughout January — and all winter long. Once your hands touch the soil again, it will instantly feel like spring. Keep your green thumb warm with this list of things to do in the garden this January!     Things to Do in the Garden in January: Ward off those winter blues with a hearty helping of green, gardening thoughts.   1. Dream Big. […]

  • FHA Condo Financing: Still a Positive for Potential Buyers
    by Andrew Fortin on January 15, 2019 at 7:50 pm

    FHA condominium approvals (in their current form) emerged in the months following the housing crisis of 2008. It’s hard to believe that took place over 10 years ago, but because of the most challenging housing crisis since the great depression, the process for which condominium associations get approved for FHA changed significantly and lead to a host of other benefits for condominium associations that undertake the effort to get approved. Understanding the impacts of these changes, where […]

  • Partner Post: The Best Interior Decorating Tips for Beginners
    by TownSq . on January 10, 2019 at 4:02 pm

    Decorating a new space can be intimidating. With so many blank walls and so much open space, it’s easy to become overwhelmed and not know where to begin. Luckily, we’ve rounded up some of the best interior design tips and tricks for beginners. 1.    Have a plan. Before you buy anything, have a plan! Set a budget, get some inspiration online, or even make a mood board with this easy tool to reference when you feel lost or overwhelmed. 2.    […]

  • HOA Living 101: The Best Advice You Can Get About Serving on Your HOA Board
    on January 8, 2019 at 6:15 pm

    As a board member, you’re responsible for balancing the needs and obligations of the community with those of individual owners. Your fellow neighbors trust you to fulfill your fiduciary duty of acting within your authority, exercising due care, and always working in the best interest of the association. To help you become the best board member you can be, we asked experts to weigh in and share the advice they would give to someone who has never served on an HOA board of directors. […]

  • Partner Post: Five Landscape Trends to Try In 2019
    by Peter Goldberg on January 3, 2019 at 3:50 pm

    Plants and shrubs are perhaps the best way to create borders and define space in a community.  Like fences, they need to be maintained if they're going to do the job. Unlike fencing, your landscaping needs to be tailored to your climate as well as the time you plan to spend keeping it maintained. Consider these five landscape trends to try in 2019 to provide a fresh look to your property.1. The Less Work, The Better Low maintenance plants provide natural beauty and cost less to maintain. […]

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David Haber

President, Harbour House Condominium at Ocean Reef

"Within the first 90 days of service, Marquis went over & beyond the association’s expectations by obtaining a 400K credit by researching our past invoices and vendor history reports. Their detail and technicality surpasses all expectations."

Fred Weber

Fisher Island, Miami Beach

"We have come to value what Marquis has brought to our building, with respect to taking luxury property management to the next level and providing five star service. Your entire transition team did a wonderful job. We look forward to a long and rewarding relationship with Marquis. I would highly recommend Marquis Association Management for any of the luxury condos in this market. I wish you continued success."

Ryan Shear

Principal, Property Markets Group