Monday, June 13, 2011

Tips for Choosing the Right HOA Management Firm

There comes a point when the volunteers in your community simply do hot have the time or resources to run their homeowners association. Choosing the right HOA property management company is an important task to effectively managing the commmunity in which you live. You want a reliable, respected, and experienced property management firm to oversee projects, solicit bids for maintenance, facilitate communication between the property owners and the board of directors, and maintain property values.

The goal of your HOA property management firm should be to maintain property values and improve upon the quality of life in the HOA area. Listed below are some helpful tips for choosing the right property managament company for your community.


Look for property management companies with experience. They should be well-versed with current bylaws and regulations, covenants, insurance practices, and risk management.

Review the list of services and costs to figure out what is covered by your contract and what may incur additional charges.

You property management company should be involved with the community and with home owners. A good management firm will be present at all board meetings and regular HOA meetings. They should be easy to reach and ready to address any questions or problems that may arise.

Access Management Group has enjoyed an outstanding reputation in the condominium and homeowner association management industry since the early 1970’s. The leading Atlanta property management company has assembled a staff of Community Association Managers that is unmatched in Georgia. Access Management Group’s goal is to form a partnership with the Board of Directors in assisting in protecting, preserving, and enhancing the Association and owner’s real estate investments. For more information about Access Management Group, please visit the company’s website at

1 comment:

  1. The neighborhoods I have lived in are the ones that have hoa management. I think it is good to have structure in a neighborhood so everyone cares about their neighborhood. There is a stronger sense of pride when a neighborhood is managed by an HOA.