Office  407-343-0809

Servicing the needs for all Central Florida including 
Seminole, Orange, Osceola, Lake, Polk, Brevard, and Volusia counties. 

     OUR services

We offer Professional Management Services that can assist and improve your Association. All of our licensed community association managers (LCAMs) are trained to effectively manage the business affairs of your community. Our goal is to ensure the best service at the best value for home owner associations, condo communities, office suite complexes, industrial parks, and new home builders for planned communities.  We realize that efficient community association management is becoming increasingly more complex and challenging while demanding technical legal knowledge and skill.  All Associations have different needs and requirements to maintain their Association in accordance with its documents. Each of our managers possesses high standards of customer service, experience, and legal knowledge. Our complete community association management services provide peace of mind knowing that the properties are professionally managed. 

A few of the best practices we provide are:

  • Assist Board & Officers in their duties
  • Owner website with account access
  • Online maintenance requests for quick serve
  • Attendance at Board & Membership Meetings 
  • Varity Management Report available
  • Regular On-site Property Inspections
  • Computerized Roster of Owners
  • Board member website options
  • Full Service Accounting
  • Lien filing on Unpaid Assessment Collection
  • Monthly & Annual Fee Collection per Contract
  • Experienced Vendors that are Licensed and Insured
  • Keep Association advised of all relevant Florida Statutes

We have found that it is imperative that clear, concise communication be maintained with the board of directors as well as all homeowners within the community association. We are confident that our approach to managing your association, together with our highly skilled and well-trained management team will promote a cohesive partnership with the board of directors and the association, resulting in a successfully managed community.