Frederick J. Rudd, President
Fred Rudd, president and founder of Rudd Realty, has spent his entire professional career in real estate. He knows the business from the ground up and is equally comfortable inspecting a boiler or developing a financial plan. Fred prides himself on his ability to solve mechanical problems and to walk through a building and pick out the systems that need work. He began learning this in the late 1970s when he was an assistant property manager, spending his days on-site at buildings. In 1983-84, he managed Clinton Hill apartments, the 14-building, 1,225-unit complex that was the second largest co-op conversion in New York State. After that, he formed his own property management firm which, after a merger, evolved into Rudd Realty Management Corporation.
Fred has received numerous honors that include the Special Award for Excellence in Management and the prestigious Emma Lazarus Award, both given by the Associated Builders and Owners of Greater New York (ABO), and a Management Achievement Award from Habitat Magazine. Fred has also written for and been quoted in such publications as Habitat Magazine, The Cooperator, Real Estate Weekly, and The Mann Report. Fred is a designated Registered Apartment Manager (RAM) and has served as co-chairman of the Residential Management Committee of the Real Estate Board of New York (REBNY), as a co-founder and director of the Association of Cooperative and Condominium Managers (ACCM), and as a director of ABO. He is the son of the late Philip Rudd, a respected real estate developer.
Steve Furman, Vice President & Director of Management
With over 25 years in real estate, Steve Furman has been involved in nearly every area of residential property management. He has managed numerous luxury properties and supervised large staffs while also taking a hands-on role in daily operations and maintenance, enhancing his management skills through his background in finance. Steve began his real estate career with another well-known management and brokerage company where he rose to executive vice president. Prior to joining Rudd Realty in 2001, Steve was the senior managing agent for a large developer/owner/manager in New York. In addition to his property management responsibilities, he was in charge of hiring and supervising general contractors and representing building owners and associations in management and labor/management disputes. He received a B.A. in Business Administration from Emory University.
Gloria Amorini-French, Chief Financial Officer
Gloria Amorini-French has more than 30 years of experience in real estate finances and manages Rudd Realty’s highly regarded back-office operations. She is the recipient of a Management Achievement Award in Finances from Habitat Magazine. As head of the accounting department, she focuses on managing risk and monitoring cash flow. Her responsibilities include financial planning and due diligence. Gloria is instrumental in the annual budgeting process for both general building operations and capital planning, which may include securing mortgages and financing. She and her staff work with the buildings’ accountants to ensure an efficient and smooth annual audit process, making certain that financial statements are completed in a timely manner. Gloria handles the insurance placement for all of our managed properties, working to obtain the most comprehensive coverage at the best pricing.
Timothy Fine, Managing Director
Timothy Fine is a 30-year veteran in the field of cooperative and condominium management. While at Columbia University, and upon graduation, he was employed at Leber Katz Partners working on the Utica Mutual Insurance account. In 1978 he joined the Fifth Madison Corporation and, acting as Owners Representative, managed 342 Madison Avenue, an approximate 750,000-square-foot office building, assisting in its marketing and sale in 1980. After working as a promotional real estate broker in both New York and Connecticut commercial and residential sales and leasing, he joined Brown Harris Stevens in 1983 to manage select and prominent residential accounts. In 1985 he joined Charles H. Greenthal Management, helping to transform that company into a successful managing agency for residential cooperatives and condominiums, while serving on the insurance committee of the New York Real Estate Board for over a decade. In 2015, he joined Rudd Realty Management as Managing Director to work closely with the executive team to help direct corporate development, focusing on sharing the highly respected Rudd property management techniques and personal service with both current and new clients.
Joshua Greenberg, Director of Acquisitions & Development
Josh Greenberg joined Rudd Realty in 2008, and immediately took over managing the Rudd family personal portfolio of over 25 properties. Under the tutelage of his stepfather, Fred Rudd, he spent years learning every aspect of the business and now has extensive knowledge in apartment renovations, capital improvements, landord/tenant law, rent regulation, tenant relations, lease negotiations, local real estate governing agencies and real estate financing. After his time in management, he moved to a directorial role overseeing the strategic management of Rudd Realty owned properties. While in this new position, he has overseen approximately $150,000,000 in disposition of properties, $50,000,000 in acquisitions, and over $100,000,000 in refinancing. In addition to the properties purchased with his stepfather Fred, Josh has also purchased over $20,000,000 worth of prime real estate in Manhattan on his own. He personally manages all new property acquisitions to oversee the initial business plan, including apartment renovations, rehabilitation, and stabilization, until they can be passed off to a seasoned property manager.
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