For Boards Of Directors
Whether your association consists of 20 units or 2,000, it is -- and should be conducted as -- a business. The Board of Directors has the responsibility to act reasonably and properly and to make good business judgments. And one of these judgments is to avoid getting involved in every single detail of the association. Too often, property managers complain that the President is trying to "micro-manage" the association.
While some community associations prefer to be "self-managed," this may not be possible (or preferable) in most situations. Even if a self-managed board has a full-time, paid manager, the members of the Board of Directors still have to get involved in the day-to-day operations -- and often these Boards of Directors do not have the time (or the skills) to handle the task.
We invite you to consider CMA as your management company. With more than 30 years of experience in property management, coupled with licensed professionals in the areas of community management and accounting, quite simply, we are the best in the industry. We have expertise in the following areas:
- Licensed Community Association Managers
- Certified Public Accountants
- strategic planners
- operations directors
- onsite managers
- construction coordinators
- financial negotiators
A Full Service Management Firm
Our primary responsibility is to represent the Board of Directors. We work for you, the Board, and it is our job to make your lives more enjoyable and to assist in maintaining the highest standards of quality of life within the community. Your time is a very valuable commodity, and we want to handle the burdens of community association management for you.
We’ve seen it all, and we’ve experienced it all. We provide counsel on all association matters including:
- Florida statute for condominiums & HOAs
- Budgeting and payroll
- Bank negotiations
- Front-and-back office operations
- Reserve accounting vs. pooling
- Association fees & assessments
- Building codes & capital improvements
- Physical environment & maintenance
- Real estate values
- Onsite management
- Condo documents
- Unique situations
Most importantly, intimate knowledge and understanding of Florida Statute 718, (otherwise known as The Condominium Act), enables us to provide proactive, not reactive services. What’s more, we assure you that our cost will be significantly less than what you’re paying your current Condominium Management provider.