FEMA is drawing the line on distributing recovery funds. Individual homeowners can get aid after a devastating storm but not community associations for their common elements.
Flood waters that swamped part of Nashville's River Plantation community in May 2010 disappeared within a few days. The damage did not. Nearly...
What community association boards and managers need to know about the federal Fair Housing Act.
Ajit Bhogaita, an Air Force veteran suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder, was prescribed an emotional support animal by his physician to help him cope with chronic anxiety and depression. The dog exceeded the 25-pound...
The Federal Housing Finance Agency in March issued its long awaited final rule on transfer fees, and it’s a big win for community associations.
FHFA initially proposed a regulation that would have banned federally backed mortgages for property in a community association with a deed-based transfer fee.As originally drafted, the proposed rule would have cut off nearly all mortgage funding for the 11 million housing units, roughly half of all community association housing, that have existing deed-based transfer fees.Over the past two years, CAI members worked diligently to gather data on transfer fees, submitted comments to FHFA and brought the issue to the attention of key lawmakers.
Since assessments are fees for maintenance and use of utilities and not consumer debt, many association board members wonder if their communities are subject to the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA). Some may be surprised to learn most state and federal courts consider assessments to be "debts" according to this definition: A debt...
When our new HOA was looking for a management company, several places that we contacted wouldn’t even give us the time of day because our community is so small that we weren’t worth their time and effort. In contrast, KDK Property Management (now part of Community Association Management) has provided our HOA with over a year of great service at an unbeatable price! The employees have frequently gone above and beyond the terms of our contract to protect the best interests of our neighborhood. F… Read more
Hilary WadePresidentLaurel Village HOA
I would like to thank Community Association Management for the fine job this past year. We had our annual meeting and our Property Manager did an excellent job covering the meeting. As I told the new board and the members present, I feel my finest achievement this past year was to bring your organization on board to be our management partner. Thank you again for making my second year as president easier and more rewarding.
Rich, Kannapolis NCThank You!
I just want you to know that you have a very valuable asset and as we evaluated our relationship with Community Association Management – which we just did by upgrading our service package, signing up for a new 3 year term, which included a full time property manager and also investing in project management services – that our desire to enhance the scope of our relationship had a large part to do with your team.
BarryPresidentEastover VillasCharlotte, NC
Community Association Management is extremely thorough and knowledgeable in their approach to business. They are also very timely in their communications. They have saved our community a lot of money. When they first approached us and told us how much we could save by working with them, we thought the promise was ‘too good to be true’. They have more than delivered on that promise and more.
Bob A., Raleigh, NCSignificant Cost Savings
Let me also say what a pleasure it is to call the office and be greeted by happy, helpful people who care about the service they provide!
Helpful Caring People
I wanted to thank you for doing such a good job taking care of the property. I just wish I had the time to promote your company but due to my work load I haven’t been able to (but will when time permits) because you do such a great job. I can’t tell you how much this has meant to us for you to handle yourself so professional way with our owners.
R. Poore Charlotte, NCVery Professional...
Since our community is small and does not really have a lot of extra amenities, it helps to have a company that can advise on the best way to keep our property value up, safe and offer new ways to explore how to make our community more enjoyable to live in by working together.
-S. Harris – Pine Glen Homeowners Association
Quite impressed with the eManageSuite system!!
S. Reavis; Charlotte, NCImpressive!
Every time I’ve contacted someone about an issue, they’ve responded almost immediately, even if it was something they could not help with. When the issue is something that is the responsibility of the property management company, it’s always been resolved very quickly. Our past property management company was horrible to deal with so the past year with Community Association Management has been a pleasure.
Community Management is a very professionally run organization, with all of the aids and assistance necessary to help a HOA board of directors answer to their community’s needs.
B. Chiles, Charlotte NCProfessionally Run Organization
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