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Alfred Sanzari Enterprises expands management division

Alfred Sanzari Enterprises, the New Jersey-based real estate developer, owner and manager has announced a series of move to bolster the companies property management department.

Central to these efforts is the implementation of a Web-based property management system and additional staffing within the department.

“Tenant retention is a matter of satisfying tenants’ requirements by quickly and successfully responding to their needs, and exceeding expectations,” said David Cali, Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ vice-president of property management.

“To that end, we have implemented a new property management system that allows us to respond faster, remotely and as often as possible to any issues our tenants may be facing.


“In addition, this software connects asset and equipment maintenance, operational risk management and tenant communications.”

Called “Building Engines,” the Cloud-based property management software helps to connect all of the processes, and people, involved in the day-to-day operation of Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ commercial and residential property portfolio.

Other changes within Alfred Sanzari Enterprises’ property management department include key staff additions and promotions.

Mark Maiorano recently joined the company as commercial/industrial/retail property manager. Tomasz Mackiewicz, a long-time employee, was promoted to the newly created position of assistant commercial/industrial property manager. Al-Louis Sanzari also was promoted from within the company to field support liaison, another newly created position.

“We are constantly evaluating what we can do to improve the way we communicate, and maintain continuity, with tenants,” said Cali.

“The property management department always has played an important role in terms of keeping our tenants happy, while maintaining the quality of our real estate assets.

“As the industry continues to evolve, we are fully committed to that mission, as these enhancements clearly demonstrate.”

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