New Division: York Standard AMC

We are pleased to announce the creation of York Standard AMC, a joint venture between York Properties, Inc. (“York”) and Standard Title, LLC (“Standard”).  The partnership provides full service receivership and substitute trustee services for troubled commercial assets.

By providing extensive real estate and asset management, accounting and legal experience, York Standard can take immediate control of and stabilize a troubled property as a receiver or manager for the mortgagee in possession. Our highly skilled team can also take over construction projects and properties in need of completion or renovation.

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Welcome to the Team!

Mary Thaxton is a Triangle native and a graduate of East Carolina University with a degree in Communications.  She has a family background in construction/engineering and spent many years working as an office manager and bookkeeper for several local engineering companies.  Mary became an Association Manager in 2010.  She and her spouse have two cats (Chaplin & Lucy), two dogs (Patty & Marcy) and are glad to finally be returning to the Raleigh area.

As a York Association Manager Mary will oversee a portfolio of community associations.

Welcome aboard, Mary!

Spring Maintenance for Building/Home Exteriors Available!

Noticing some exterior projects that need attention as you’re working from home?

York Maintenance is on the job and ready to tackle your commercial and residential projects!  Tell us about your maintenance needs.

Spring Exterior Services Offered

  • Domestic and irrigation back flow testing
  • Repair leaking/dripping hose bibs
  • Exterior lighting repairs and light bulb changing
  • Install/replace weather proof outlet covers
  • Storm and screen door repairs
  • Window screen replacements
  • Secure loose shutters
  • Replace porch ceiling fans

COVID-19 Resources for Small and Medium-sized Businesses

Guides to Applying for the Paycheck Protection Program under the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act:

 

 

SBA Resources for Counseling and Training

You can apply for the Paycheck Protection Program at any lending institution that is approved to participate in the program through the existing U.S. Small Business Administration lending program and additional lenders approved by the Department of Treasury.

There are thousands of banks and credit unions that already participate in the SBA’s lending programs. You do not have to visit any government institution to apply for the program, you can call your bank or find SBA-approved lenders in your area through SBA’s online Lender Match tool. Your local Small Business Development Center, SCORE or Women’s Business Centers (below) can provide free assistance and guide you to lenders. When you call, tell them you are interested in the “Paycheck Protection Program” and they will guide you through the steps for applying for the program.

The application process should be open by Friday, April 3, 2020.

State and Local Government Coronavirus-related information

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Advice for Homeownership Associations

  • In response to the unprecedented number of calls received by Jordan Price association attorneys asking about legal implications of cancelling or postponing meetings or suspending amenities or community services, their attorneys have collectively put together these Recommendations for Communities.

 

 

 

Practical Management in the Age of COVID-19

By  now, most have read the best practices for hygiene, cleaning, and limiting exposure to COVID-19 through remote working where possible and urging ill employees to stay home.

York’s Property Management team has been in contact with the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) and the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) to formulate a common-sense approach to COVID-19.  If, on the off chance, your business has had contact with an active, confirmed COVID-19 case, please follow the protocol below.

  1. Inform the North Carolina Department for Health and Human Services at 919-856-7044 who will help track down others exposed to the sick person.
  2. Inform your property manager who can notify tenants and building service providers.
  3. Undertake a deep cleaning of your space.  Your York Property Managers will do the same for common areas and can provide recommendations for janitorial services if needed.

Concerned you may be sick?  Please read here for information on where to get tested.

Our objectives are to help you:

  • Minimize the impact on your customers, owners, and investors.
  • Maintain business operations.
  • Be your calm and controlled adviser.

 

Don’t hesitate to contact us.

Black History Month: Awesome Individual Highlight

Meet Brandi Weaver, founder of the WORLD L!T STREET FOOD FESTIVAL:

Brandi is a Charlotte, NC based creative and catalyst for change, championing cross-cultural exchange.  She is a Durham native and NC STATE grad, with fifteen-years as an engineer at Duke Energy. She recently traded in her STEM career for a focus on multiculturalism, working to bring the community together across cultural divides.  She founded a platform called WORLD L!T where she promotes and curates local cultural events.  Its purpose is to highlight the rich cultural fabric of her community and help guide people to opportunities to experience different cultures.  She feels very strongly that exposure to persons of different heritage within our own communities can help dissipate the divisiveness of ignorance, and thus make us stronger.

The highlight of her work was the WORLD L!T STREET FOOD FESTIVAL. She founded and produced this event which debuted in Charlotte, NC at Camp North End on September 2019 and attracted over 2400 attendees. The WORLD L!T STREET FOOD FESTIVAL was the manifestation of Brandi’s vision to give people a chance to connect and experience a variety of cultures. The goal was to curate a fun, experience that was enriching for US natives, as well as for those who have journeyed here from afar. Recognizing the challenges (economic and otherwise) faced by newer members of our community, the WORLD L!T STREET FOOD FESTIVAL was designed to give them a taste of home at one of Charlotte’s hottest venues.

Brandi is working to grow this festival to increase its impact on the greater community.