Eduardo Pereira, Jr.

Vice President of Property Management

Eduardo (Eddy) Pereira, Jr. is the Vice President of Property Management for FECR. Overseeing a multi-million square foot portfolio and leading the company’s property management team, Eddy is responsible for the managing, leasing, and operations of all residential and commercial properties.

Eddy leads all property management personnel, including on-site managers, administration, and
maintenance, while also developing, implementing, and directing the company’s operating policies and procedures. He is directly responsible for the collection of all rents and revenues, as well as establishing the standards for tenant credit reviews and screenings. Additionally, Eddy oversees the competitive selection of contractors, vendors, and suppliers for property management operations, along with service contract negotiations, purchasing approvals, and disbursements for all buildings.

Throughout his career, Eddy has managed a wide variety of real estate products, consisting of high-rise towers, homeowner associations, suburban complexes, mixed-use buildings, and vacant land, along with thousands of residential apartments, condominiums, and hotel and condo-hotel units—including more than 1,600 units at one time. His duties have included directing the opening, leasing, and management of numerous properties, as well as serving as a restoration, construction, and turnover specialist.

Eddy is a licensed real estate broker and Professional Community Association Manager® (PCAM). To earn the PCAM credential, managers must have at least five years of community association
management experience and complete more than 100 hours of course work. In addition, credentialed PCAMs must fulfill continuing education and service requirements, as well as adhere to a code of ethics.

Eddy also serves as the on-site property manager of 1101 Brickell. Additional properties under his direction include Panorama Tower (the tallest building in Florida), Colonnade Plaza, and Opera Tower in Downtown Miami, as well as 2020 Ponce and Villa Majorca in Coral Gables.

A graduate of the University of Miami with bachelor’s degrees in Sociology and Education, Eddy also earned his master’s degree in Administration and Leadership from Ohio State University. Eddy is the immediate past president of the Community Association Institute’s Southeast Florida Chapter serving Miami-Dade, Broward, and Monroe Counties and is an instructor at Gold Coast Professional Schools teaching pre-licensure, CRAM, and continuing education courses to community association candidates and managers.