Dorothy Mochi-Edsell - Property Manager, Residential Properties
Dorothy Mochi-Edsell serves as a Property Manager, Residential Properties for Racanelli Realty Services, Inc. In this role, Dorothy leverages over 15 years of experience in property management for numerous properties including co-ops, condominiums, home owner associations and townhome communities within Suffolk County, NY. Her responsibilities encompass overseeing all day-to-day operations of the residential properties under the company’s management which includes The Hamlet at Willow Creek. Property maintenance, contractor coordination, work order oversight, budgets, board liaison and addressing homeowner requests to their full satisfaction are all among her property management responsibilities.
Prior to joining Racanelli Realty Services, Dorothy served as a Property Manager with other area property management firms, with similar responsibilities to her current position. As she does now in her role at Racanelli, she served as a proactive liaison between the board members and the homeowners across multiple communities on Long Island. Among her many achievements was her role in expanding one former property management firm’s computerized work order requests giving homeowners a direct link for checking the status of their work orders online on a 24/7 basis and eliminating unnecessary communications.
Dorothy began her career in property management as an Administrative Manager with the Sagamore Hills Condominium (Port Jefferson Station, NY), a community of 292 units, There, she performed such functions as organizing daily work details for the on-site maintenance staff, coordinating outside contractors’ work from contract reviews to board approvals, processing legal documents, overseeing day-to-day bookkeeping functions, maintaining detailed records of fire alarm inspections and repairs, and interfacing with the Suffolk Country Fire Marshals.
Dorothy holds an Associates Degree in Business from Suffolk Community College (Selden, NY). She has been a member of the St. James Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary for the past 26 years and was its former President for 18 years.