Community Management


A well managed community leads to harmony and prosperity!

Manage and pay all
vendors under direction
of the board

It is vital to make sure all work is completed and approved by both us and the board prior to paying final invoices on projects.

Hiring a professional community management company takes a lot of burden and liability from the shoulders and minds of the board and owners. It provides an ease of mind for both residents and the association.

What does a Community Management Company do?

Every well-kept community has three very important qualities in common:

  1. Administration
  2. Maintenance
  3. Financials


A community is like a business, employer and governor all in one. In order for things to run smoothly, there needs to be a good administration in place that manages the most vital daily, monthly, and yearly tasks required to make a homeowner’s association and its community prosper.

The following are some of the most important aspects of managing the administrative tasks for a Homeowner Association:

  • Overall operations and administration of the association in accordance with board policies, governing documents, and applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations
  • Contract negotiations and oversight
  • Managing contractors and vendors
  • Project management
  • Insurance administration
  • Assisting in member dispute resolution
  • Meeting attendance and agenda preparation 


Unfortunately, the more something is used, the more wear and tare it accumulates. Properties are no different. Fortunately, with some regular maintenance, and an eye for details, communities can mostly remain as charming and beautiful as they were on the day they were built.

The following are some of the most important aspects of managing maintenance for a Homeowner Association:

  • Building maintenance
  • Grounds maintenance
  • Inspections


Whether it’s the staff, the 3rd party vendors or the resources required to manage and maintain a community- it all requires the transmission of money. Most Homeowner Associations struggle with finance because it’s one of the most challenging pieces of the puzzle. But once this element is in place, everything else will run like a breeze.

The following are some of the most important aspects of managing financials for a Homeowner Association:

  • Preparing and executing the association budget
  • Managing financial reports
  • Collecting assessments
  • Reserve fund analysis
  • Billing

We manage all owner
complaints, concerns, and

Owners reach out to us with any concerns and issues directly. We then address simple issues or take larger issues to the board to review and advise how they would like it handled. We also provide input to the boards to make sure all concerns are addressed in a fair and timely manner.