One of our goals is to educate and provide resources about association management services. We believe doing so helps our members and their boards, as well as potential customers, understand what we do and what to expect from an association management company.
Handout: Frequently Asked Questions (pdf)Download
Roles & Responsibilities - AMS, Board & Homeowners (pdf)Download
Handout: AppFolio Overview (pdf)Download
Article: "What Does a CAM Do? (pdf)Download
Newsletter: Issue 9 - October 2023 (pdf)Download
Newsletter: Issue 8 - August 2023 (pdf)Download
Newsletter: Issue 7 - June 2023 (pdf)Download
Newsletter: Issue 6 - April 2023 (pdf)Download
Newsletter: Issue 5 - February 2023 (pdf)Download
Newsletter: Issue 4 - December 2022 (pdf)Download
Newsletter: Issue 3 - October 2022 (pdf)Download
Newsletter: Issue 2 - August 2022 (pdf)Download
Newsletter: Issue 1 - June 2022 (pdf)Download
CAM stands for Community Association Manager. With our company, one CAM is assigned to handle or coordinate the needs of your association, and he or she will respond timely and accurately to the requirements of your association. Our CAMs are all licensed in the State of Florida by the Department of Business & Professional Regulation.
Florida Statutes requires managers to be licensed due to the law restrictions and the differences between HOA, COA, and Cooperatives. In fact, Florida is one of the most restrictive states regarding these laws. Therefore, knowledge of the appropriate statutes is imperative to effectively manage associations. Board of Directors can rely on our licensed CAMs to supply them with knowledgeable and professional assistance.
Yes, the State of Florida has a search tool to verify licenses. The site is: MyFloridaLicense.com. You can use the search button labeled "Verify a License" to search by name, license number, city or county, or license type.
Our pricing is all inclusive, and it is consistent, except in the case of legal depositions/litigation. Most companies have pages of upcharges that inflate your costs. We do not charge for the small extras, and all our pricing is disclosed in the management agreement.
We have a proven track record of managing associations of various sizes and complexity, including condominiums, subdivisions, and townhome associations. Among our portfolio, we currently manage associations as large as a 162 Unit, 23 story condominium to associations as small as 9 units. We provide both on-site management and off-site management. No association is too large and none are too small.
Yes, we are locally owned. We have been operating in our area for two decades, and we believe that our firsthand knowledge of and insight into our communities helps us better serve our associations. We live, work, and play right here in our community.