Set Limit on Management Fee Pass-Through

October 26, 2012
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Your office building or retail space’s owner, like many others, could try to collect its management costs by charging a management fee—that is, a fee that reimburses the owner for the costs it incurs from managing the property. The owner could’ve chosen to charge an administrative fee instead, but many owners don’t, because management fees generally yield more dollars than do administrative fees.

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