Whether it’s a neighborhood of single-family homes or a high-rise condo building, you know your community can benefit from professional management. It will save board members time and bring uniformity, consistency, and professionalism to the way your HOA is run. When you’re looking for property management HOA companies, make sure you seek out experience, customer service, and resources.
A good property manager will have a history of helping community associations perform better. Find out which neighborhoods they manage and how they’ve helped with financials, board meetings, maintenance, and homeowner relations. You should discuss the systems they have in place for things like the collection of dues and assessments and holding residents accountable to the rules and regulations. A good management company will have relationships in place with vendors and contractors, delivering discounted maintenance and landscaping services to your community. Do some of your own research and schedule several interviews.