Each member of our Community Support Team is fully trained and qualified in handling the day-to-day tasks of managing an association, such as emails and phone calls from property owners and other administrative duties.
A condominium owners’ association (COA) is created when a real estate object is divided into smaller, self-contained units which are treated as separately owned property. Normally the scenario is a building being divided into condominium apartments.
From the point of view of the manager, the condominium owners' association is an owner of managed property. Since the association is a legal person, it is jointly and severally liable, and also can place legal demands on the manager. In this regard, the association is no different than a “normal” owner.
Unlike a “normal” owner, however, the association has an internal relationship from itself as a whole to the individual members making up the association: the association has a legal expectations of its members and the members in turn have the same with regard to the association.
The condominium owners’ association, as a legal person, is represented by natural persons (usually the condominium board). The association is the contractual partner of the real estate manager and is liable for the costs of ownership and management.
Schedule and attend board meetings
Provide monthly management reports
Uniformly enforce the rules and regulations of the community
Respond to homeowner inquiries in a timely manner
Getting bids and proposals from vendors
Prepare an annual budget
Maintain positive vendor connections
Be a well-rounded resource for the association’s challenges
Help find good leaders, this is a one-of-a-kind management strategy
Provide long-term success for the building and its occupants
Benefits of working with us
You’ll save time and money.
Your board will still maintain complete control, but won’t have to deal with the day-to-day operations – and the stress that comes with it. The goal of a management business is not to take power away from you, but to return it to you.
You’ll have help with legal compliance.
Even the most experienced board members might be stymied by community bylaws, insurance requirements, and lawsuits (yes, they do happen!). However, if you hire a professional management firm, you’ll have access to any help and resources you require.
We’re experienced professionals.
A SSMG is responsible for more than just your neighborhood, which means they’ve seen (and dealt with) every scenario imaginable. We can help you achieve your objectives while still keeping up with day-to-day operations, and your inhabitants won’t notice a thing.