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What Does a Community Association Manager Do?
In short, what a community association manager does is described by their very title -- manage the property and the homeowners, facilitating relationships between all parties.
By: Coldwell Banker Paradise
Community association manager responsibilities
A community association manager oversees the facilities and amenities of the neighborhood. These can include, but are not limited to, things like swimming pools and spas, sports courts, clubhouses, docks, irrigation systems, landscaping, building maintenance, and just about anything else within the community.
In other words, if the irrigation system needs repair, the community association manager would be the person to find a qualified provider to fix any issues. Or, if a parking lot needs to be repaved, the community manager would oversee the entire assessment, estimate, and construction process. Likewise, any business between the homeowners and homeowners association would also go through the community manager.
Additionally, the community association manager might also play a role in handling disputes between the homeowners association and homeowners. Some community association managers even have a role in rental units, where they may or may not vet potential tenants. Furthermore, some community association managers play an active role in homeowners association fees, delinquency NSED fees, and other logistic situations, such as people moving in and out of the neighborhood.
Basically, the community association manager is responsible for maintaining the neighborhood and facilitating relationships between the people who live in the community and the homeowners association, and/or any property association. Since these types of communities can be quite large, with dozens of units up to hundreds of units, the community association manager might be comprised of a team of professionals. Together, they oversee the care and maintenance of the entire neighborhood, including the buildings, infrastructure, amenities, and everything else.
For more information about renting a home or selling your home, please contact Brendan Maughan and his team at http://teamparadisepropertymanagement.com/