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APM to Provide Pro Bono Management to Associations in Distress
In an effort to give back to the community, Associated Property Management (APM) has decided to provide Pro Bono (free) management assistance to small (up to 50 units in size) associations in Palm Beach County, Florida
By: John R. Math, Owner
APM will provide management assistance to these associations that will consist of free bookkeeping and collection services, free administrative services, free community website and free unlimited management consulting services for one year from all staff members of APM. (The association will reimburse APM for copies, envelopes and postage.)
Pro Bono Management Assistance by APM will provide an association with some relief from the current foreclosure crisis which has hit associations in Palm Beach County extremely hard. Most associations, no matter what their size, have experienced lower than budgeted operating incomes, higher collection costs, and in many cases, have had to have special assessments to make up for these cash flow problems.
Smaller associations, based on higher percentages, are experiencing even more difficulty than larger associations when an owner stops paying their assessments. High delinquencies put a severe financial strain on an association and its owners who are paying their assessments. Pro Bono Management Assistance by APM should help those associations that need to reduce their overhead in order to combat lower incomes.
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As one of the oldest management companies in Palm Beach County, Associated Property Management (APM) has been specializing in community association management since 1988. APM represents more than 130 associations from Jupiter to Boca Raton and as far west as Wellington and Royal Palm Beach, Florida. APM’s clients receive personal service from a specially trained and experienced staff that helps Boards of Directors to reduce association expenses, increase property values and improve communications within their client communities.
For more information, please visit www.assocpropmgt.com. APM’s weekly online newsletter can be accessed at www.apmnews.org.