Archives for May 2007

Staff Spotlight: Mike Kronzer and Joe Vieira

Staff Spotlight: Mike Kronzer and Joe Vieira

This issue of the Insider features two of Borelli’s newest property managers, Mike Kronzer and Joe Vieira. Both men bring an extensive background in managing family real estate holdings to Borelli Investment Company. This makes them an ideal fit for Borelli’s long-time property management philosophy that it manages real estate for third-party owners as if it owned the property itself.

Background:Mike — Has been a real estate broker and commercial property manager since 1992. Prior to joining Borelli, was responsible for more than 300,000 sq. ft. of office, R&D, and manufacturing space in Los Gatos and Campbell. Born and raised in Silicon Valley, Mike is a graduate of San Jose State University.

Background:Joe — Is a life-long resident of the Santa Clara Valley, who graduated from Bellarmine College Preparatory in San Jose and St. Mary’s College in Moraga. Was part of a public accounting firm for more than a decade, and also served as director of finance and administration with a major labor union, which covers four Western states and represents more than 40,000 members.

Responsibilities:Mike and Joe will both be responsible for managing and maintaining commercial properties in Borelli’s four million square foot portfolio to maximize their asset potential, while responding promptly and efficiently to tenant needs. Joe specializes in retail properties and uses his background as a CPA to maximize the ROI for owners. Mike efficiently manages a broad cross-section of properties in office, R&D, and industrial categories.

Business Philosophy:“We are committed to helping property owners and investors provide a safe and comfortable environment for tenants, stay within budgets, and generate the highest possible returns for their investment.”

Secret to Success:“We focus on providing personalized services and assistance evaluating and selecting properties, obtaining favorable lease terms, maximizing tax advantages, minimizing expenses and turnover, managing operations, and maintaining properties at their highest and best uses,” said Mike.