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Associated Property Management (APM) Announces Name Your Fee Management Program
As the economy and the mortgage crisis continues, community associations in Palm Beach County are coming under increasing pressure to lower operating expenses in order to balance and offset lower operating incomes. Now there is a solution...
By: John R. Math
As the economy and the mortgage crisis continues, community associations in Palm Beach County are coming under increasing pressure to lower operating expenses in order to balance and offset lower operating incomes. Boards of Directors know their budget constraints better than anyone as they have to deal with these cash flow problems every day. Now there is a solution to the Board of Directors’ budget problems as they will be pleased to know that they can now have “Name Your Fee Property Management™” by Associated Property Management (APM).
The “Name Your Fee Property Management™” Program allows a Board to set their management fee price based on their association’
It is believed that the “Name Your Fee Property Management™” Program allows an association to pay exactly for what they require in terms of service and no more. This program also provides a Board to tailor their association management needs to a specific price that is flexible based on their income and expenses.
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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 http://www.assocpropmgt.com. APM’s weekly online newsletter can be accessed at http://www.apmnews.org.