Because of the amount of associations we manage and the continued expansion our company has seen, we have grown to know what HOAs are looking for and the specific questions they have for their prospective management company. We are hoping this article can answer some of your questions and help you stop beating around the bush when choosing the right management company for your community association.
Most HOA board members have these three simple questions in mind, which is why we decided to go ahead and answer them. Here ya go, hope it helps guide you along the journey of finding the perfect management company.
How many community associations do Cedar’s community managers handle? Is it an overload for them? Can they focus their attention on our HOA?
Over half of our community managers have their CMCA, which is the first step in gaining the fundamental knowledge you need to manage any type of community association. Some of our managers have the AMS which is the second level in the CAI career development track for community association managers. The president of Cedar Management Group has the PCAM designation, which is the highest level of certification one can receive for certification.
Our community managers handle an average amount of community associations, which enables them to have a healthy focus on each association they manage.
At Cedar Management Group, we are aware that corresponding to board members in a timely manner is crucial to both our and their success. Our community managers respond to the Board of Directors of their associations as soon as possible, being no later than 24 hours.
One of Cedar’s greatest attributes is our on-call system. We always have a team member ready to answer any emergency calls, 24/7. Do not hesitate to reach us in the middle of the night or on the weekends when you feel it is necessary.
Overall, Cedar Management Group has years of experience in the HOA industry and is willing to help your community association in the best way possible.