Tina Larsson

Tina Larsson

Tina Larsson is the CEO of The Folson Group, which she co-founded in 2014 after three years of engagement with one co-op which during that time saved $430,000. The Folson Group is a New York-based financial consultant specializing in cost efficiencies. The company helps boards and managing agents cut costs so that they can keep fees from escalating. Ms. Larsson has over 22 years of investment and research analyst experience in the financial services industry. She co-founded her own independent investment advisory firm in 2007, following a long career as a portfolio manager and research analyst at Horizon Asset Management, Inc., an independent portfolio manager and provider of proprietary research. Ms. Larsson has been published in multiple subscription-based investment research products, as well as various media publications. Ms. Larsson has a BBA and MBA, both from Pace University.
Tina Larsson

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Environmental Consciousness in Your HOA

Environmental Consciousness in Your HOA

Tina Larsson Politicians talk about it, regulators embrace it, and associations are affected by it. No matter whether you believe that climate change is manmade or not, reducing energy use and going “green” is good for both the environment and the budget of associations. It is also a trending topic in communities everywhere. Read More... [et_social_share]
Common Amenities — Make Them Pay for Themselves!

Common Amenities — Make Them Pay for Themselves!

Tina Larsson Start with amenities that can bring in the most money to the association for the lowest up front cost. This way, the first added amenity can pay for the next one; and so on. Adding advertising in the form of signs or billboards can be revenue generators, but are not allowed in many residential areas. However, ATM machines bring in revenue, can be thought of as an amenity by some, and do not take up a lot of room. Read More... [et_social_share]
Making Smart HOA Budget Cuts

Making Smart HOA Budget Cuts

Tina Larsson HOA Managers and Board Members are constantly struggling with increasing costs, which they have to pass on to HOA members. For this exercise, the reason why costs are increasing isn't that relevant. The important point to remember when it comes to increases is that they usually increase, on average, at a rate greater than inflation. Read More... [et_social_share]

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