Community Association Management
Professional licensed portfolio and onsite management for Homeowners & Property Owners Associations in Florida. Our goal is to keep costs down without sacrificing services.
Our practice includes the following areas of service
Disburse payables as approved by the Association’s board.
Provide all supporting schedules and accurate accounting records to ensure the efficient and timely completion of the audits or reviews performed annually.
Maintain association bank accounts.
Prepare invoices for annual association assessments, dues, fines or other amounts due to the Association. Track collections and follow up with delinquent notices as needed.
Approve all exterior renovations, additions or other modifications subject to architectural review.
Coordinate the preparation of the Association’s annual maintenance budget as well as monitor disbursements and expense payments.
Perform regular inspections of properties to ensure compliance with deed restrictions. Prepare and send violation notices as necessary.
Ensure the Association is in compliance with governing documents and the Florida Statutes.
Coordinate emergency and after-hours services as necessary to minimize the disruption of normal Association activities.
Title Company Correspondence
Provide amounts of outstanding dues, assessments or liens and provide estoppel information to title companies for individual lot closings.
Prepare agendas, meeting materials and all other documents necessary for presentation at regular or special meetings.
Maintain detailed owner information to ensure up-to-date owner information for each property for purposes of billing, violation notices or any other general correspondence.
Maintain Association records and files and perform all other administrative functions necessary for efficient Association management.
Coordinate the preparation and filing of federal income tax returns.
Prepare monthly and annual financial statements.
What’s the community association manager’s role?
A community manager is hired to work as a consultant to the community.
Responsible for helping execute the overall operations of the HOA and its board members.
A CAM works like a CEO; they execute the decisions made by the board.
It’s pretty standard for people to assume that the community manager is the one behind all the decision-making or controls the board. Contrary to belief, it is the board of directors that largely dictate the final decision.
How Community Association Managers can help keep HOA boards
and homeowners more informed.
Communicating the community association manager’s purpose
Be financially transparent
Please contact Christopher Lopez at firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing schedules and detailed information