I have been in real estate my entire life. I am the third-generation president and CEO of the Kalikow Group, which owns and or manages more than 6,000 apartments, condominiums and co-ops in New York City, Nassau & Suffolk. I care about the properties we own and maintain as well as the people who live in them.
Describing the Housing Act of 2019 as a big mistake for NY owners, renters and the city, panelists believe that the law creates uncertainty and is retroactive as much as 23 years; predicting fewer property improvements and fewer jobs as owners, builders and bankers continue to discuss this legislation.
The decision to modify New York City’s rent laws had good intentions. They say that’s what the road to hell is paved with.
There’s no denying the system needed an overhaul. Bad landlords had figured out ways to abuse the system and take advantage of tenants, engaging in illegal behavior to push out rent regulated occupants in the pursuit of larger profits.
More than 200 golfers raised nearly $250,000 for breast health education at the 23rd Annual Maurer Golf Classic. The event was organized by Maurer Foundation volunteer Jodee Sarisky, of Kaled Management, who herself is a breast cancer survivor.
When I was 12 years old, I visited a Forest Hills, Queens apartment renovation our family was working on. With my aspirations towering over my actual height, I asked one of the workers if I could help jackhammer some of the tiles out of a bathroom for the project.
Growing up I always thought it was in the cards for me because it was something that I really enjoyed doing. For me it was more than just the real estate, it was my family name.
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Edward Kalikow, president of the Kalikow Group – representing the third of four generations of his family-owned real estate enterprise – talks about the company’s development, his role in its growth and plans for the future.
The Kalikow Group has broken ground on 2415 Church Ave in Prospect-Lefferts Gardens.
When a co-op board needs to borrow money to make capital improvements, it can use the equity of the corporation as collateral. Condominiums aren’t so lucky.
Did you know that it’s possible for condo boards to borrow money to make improvements to the property? This privilege was once only available to co-op boards, however, since 2003 a Common Interest Realty Association, or CIRA, loan has become available to condominiums and homeowner associations at Kaled Management we work to provide all round solutions with all vendors. Read full article here.