Meet Roost, your new best friend.

We decided to build our Roost because we recognized something was missing in the property management field - a sense of community, a sense of pride and an interest in maintaining and sustaining beautiful buildings and homes.

Call off the search

We believe establishing the strongest possible foundation for building operations will ensure long term success for the building and the community.
 

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The Roost Difference

Roost DC is an employee owned building management company working exclusively in Washington, DC. We tend to communities as varied as converted historic Capitol Hill mansions, to buildings purchased through tenant advocacy programs, to newly constructed eight-story Logan Circle developments. As our core service, we offer comprehensive management services including governance, accounting and finance, administration and a maintenance and preservation program.

While management services are an essential part of an association or cooperative’s mechanical and financial wellness, professional management isn’t necessarily a value added proposition for small associations over time. The District real estate landscape is becoming increasingly populated with small scale condominium projects with a handful of units. More and more, we hear from small buildings in need of services, but without resources to engage an effective management company. We have an elegant solution to this common problem.

We offer the following consulting services at the rate of $150 per hour with a six-hour minimum for engagement. Please reach out to Lisa Wise at [email protected] or Chelsey Kelly at [email protected] if you would like to work with us!

  • Attorneys
  • Tax accountants specializing in associations
  • Snow, landscaping, cleaning, trash, call box
  • Maintenance services
  • Reserve, transition and engineering study resources
  • Review of association finances
  • Analysis of fees, anticipated expenses and preparation of annual budget
  • Setting up accounts and handling association funds
  • Review of insurance coverage
  • Overview of unit owner responsibility vs. board responsibility
  • Overview of legal requirements for associations and the DC Condo Act of 2014
  • Review of organizational governing documents
  • Tips on handling warranty issues
  • Preparation of draft house rules
  • Guidance on collections and fines
  • Educational tools and resources for board members
  • Building walkthrough with photos and summary report
  • Guidance on scheduled maintenance and services needed