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Make CAM allocation confusion a thing of the past with BOMA's Allocating Common Area Maintenance (CAM) Charges in Mixed-Use Properties and Other Strategies for Managing Live-Work-Play Developments.

Property professionals finally have a real-world resource for managing mixed-use developments with BOMA's CAM Guide, which helps demystify the complexities of allocating CAM charges among various entities in mixed-use developments by outlining methods and guidelines that can be applied to existing or new projects. Developed by seasoned industry practitioners with decades of experience managing mixed-use properties, the comprehensive CAM Guide examines day-to-day management strategies and offers a variety of approaches to CAM allocations for several key areas.

The guide features proven strategies for:
  • Managing mixed-use developments with multiple owners and uses.
  • Transitioning from development to operation.
  • Assembling and organizing the most effective real estate management team.
  • Identifying mixed-use common areas and expenses.
  • Selecting the most appropriate methods for CAM expense allocations for utilities, security and access control, insurance and more.
  • Documenting policies and procedures.
  • Providing outstanding service to owners and tenants.
Case studies for courtyards and plazas, parking garages, loading docks, construction, re-development, access control and tenant fit-outs help take theory to practical application.

The Allocating Common Area Maintenance (CAM) Charges in Mixed-Use Properties and Other Strategies for Managing Live-Work-Play Developments is authored by Robert Shovan, CPM, RPA, LEED AP.