While each condominium is assigned a Property Manager who handles the day-to-day operations, each manager is supported by an in-house financial manager, several administrators, clerical staff and a communications coordinator. FPMI hands-on approach and technical consulting ensures a well-rounded team approach ensuring client satisfaction.
The current Feherty Property Management Office an official Historic building. Formerly the Episcopal Methodist Church 1866 it was the oldest church in Newmarket’s history.
With 30 years of experience, Feherty Property Management Inc provides clients with the highest levels of financial accountability, property operation and maintenance. Customizing their services to fit the specific needs of their clients’ properties, FPMI provides comprehensive services in administration and technical service to both residential and commercial properties in the GTA.
FPMI is an ACMO 2000 accredited company. This designation is awarded to property management companies by the Association of Condominium Managers of Ontario in recognition of “superior quality management services to condominium corporations”.
We place an emphasis on engaging local dependable service contractors at competitive prices. We monitor their performance through regular inspections and have developed a strong network of support trade companies. Those partners are on call providing fast 24/7 emergency response and troubleshooting expertise. FPMI is also affiliated with Feherty & Associates Ltd, a consulting engineering & planning firm responsible for a multitude of commercial and residential development projects. As such, FPMI partners enjoy the expertise of these in-house engineering services at no additional cost.
At FPMI we take the Resident First approach to Property Management. Our properties are treated with the residents in mind at all times. Keeping a proactive approach towards property maintenance has always been our philosophy that keeps people stress free and confident that problems are minimal but dealt with swiftly without recurrence.