Lois Accattato - Coordinator of Property Management Services
Lois Accattato serves as Coordinator of Property Management Services for Racanelli Realty Services, Inc. She brings over 20 years of experience in commercial/industrial real estate financial management.
At Racanelli Realty Services, Ms. Accattato manages the general ledger, accounts payable, accounts receivable and financial statements for an extensive portfolio of properties under the company’s management. Her role also extends to the preparation of detailed financial statements, income and expense statements, property management reports and tenant reports. Fully knowledgeable of the financial performance of each property, she also assumes a critical role in assuring that each property owner’s fiscal and budgetary objectives are being met, without compromising tenant relations.
Along with her financial responsibilities, Ms. Accattato also handles general administrative tasks on behalf of Racanelli Realty Services. These range from property owner and tenant communications to marketing and sales program support.
Ms. Accattato began her career in commercial/industrial real estate in 1987 serving with Twinco Industrial Building Corporation. At Twinco, she started in the tenant billing area and subsequently assumed broad bookkeeping functions. In 1992, she began as a Bookkeeper with Racanelli Realty Services and in 2001, was named Coordinator of Property Management Services
A graduate of Berkeley Business School, Ms. Accattato’s higher education also includes an Associates Degree in Business from the State University of New York. Additionally, she has successfully completed various courses towards a Bachelor’s degree from Houghton College.
Ms. Accattato is an active member of the community. She is currently involved with the Suffolk County Boy Scouts and also serves as Chairman of the Suffolk County Protestant Committee on Scouting. She is also an active member of the Suffolk County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and a representative for Sunshine Acres, a camp for underprivileged children.