Our company was founded by Moe Abdelsamad. Moe brings a wide of range of expertise and knowledge to help in managing your assets. He brings a combined 10 plus years of experience in real estate and property management. This includes managing apartment communities, and commercial buildings. ABDM Property Management provides residential and commercial management services. It offers residential services to condominium and home owner associations throughout the state of New Jersey. It also offers commercial services to Office buildings.

The founder of the company is certified by the Institute of Real Estate Management, as a CPM Candidate, and Community Association Institute as a Certified Manager of Community Associations® (CMCA®), and Association Management Specialist® (AMS®). These certifications recognize the highest level of ethics and professional management services. We provide our clients with the highest level of management services tailored to each asset. Please visit our services page that outlines what our company offers. We look forward to be your company of choice to manage one of your most important assets. We are located in Hillsborough, New Jersey. You can call us directly at 908-752-0374.

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • Residential and Commercial Property Management, Asset Management, REO Management

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • Member of Community Association Instituite (CAI)
  • Member of Instituite of Real Estate Management (IREM)
  • Certified managers from CAI, and IREM

Serviced Areas

  • Somerset County, Middlesex County, Hunterdon County, Mercer County

Payment Options

  • Cash Only, Money Orders, Personal Checks

Contact Details

  Website
  Person ABDM Property Management Corporation
  City Hillsborough , NJ
  Zip Code 08844
  Address P.O.7800
  Phone Number (908) 752-0374

Products & Services

Management Services

We pride ourselves on our timely response to all service requests along with questions and concerns. We provide information through numerous formats including periodic newsletters and general management updates. Our overriding desire is to create a culture that is informed and involved.

- Management of the asset, including but not limited to common and restricted common areas;
- Maintain a comprehensive record system for all management activities of the property;
- Independent bid package for all non-routine site services;
- Vendor selection management, and screening process;
- Project management and supervision of all vendors projects;
- Preventative maintenance project recommendation;
- Move in/move out inspections;
- Tenant renovations, and fit outs;
- Resident surveys;
- Property website.

Social Activity

AND Another Happy Client- Liz just left you a review: profile picture I hired ABDM Property Management several months ago to manage a rental house for me. Moe has been a lifesaver. He is dependable and responsive, and has been very professional in his
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Roofing project of 32 Buildings in Hillsborough
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Violations, oooh NO Sunflowers, and tomatoes!
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When it comes to Kids there is NO KIDDING. A+ Article from CAI website. No Kidding Around Common Ground™ July/August 2015 By Mike Ramsey Associations can face serious consequences for rules that specifically target children. Is your community playing
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Say hello to new form 1076 to replace condo quistionnaires. About time. CAI GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS On March 29, federal housing agencies Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae released a standardized set of lender questionnaires for condominium unit mortgages. The Uniform
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Very good article from CAI, Winter is around the corner. Association May Be Liable for Not Removing Snow from Community Sidewalks Qian v. Toll Brothers Inc., No. 073982 (N.J. Aug. 12, 2015) Risks and Liabilities: The New Jersey Supreme Court held that
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Association May be Liable for Not Waiving No Pet Policy McHale v. Water’s Edge Association, Inc., No. 1:14-cv-23381-UU (S.D. Fla. Dec. 1, 2014) Federal Law and Legislation: The U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida found sufficient
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Good Article to read. Recent Cases in Community Association Law Law Reporter provides a brief review of key court decisions throughout the U.S. each month. These reviews give the reader an idea of the types of legal issues community associations face
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