Wednesday, August 3, 2011

What Can Access Management Group Do For Your COA?


Access Management Group handles everything “from A to Z” for your COA. From maintenance and construction to financial and administrative needs, you can relax and enjoy the ease of condo living when Access Management Group handles your COA needs.

The Atlanta property management firm is adept at covenants, bylaws, insurance practices, and risk management and will communicate all of your needs with the board of directors, homeowners, and vendors servicing the association.

Just what exactly can Access Management do for your Condominium Association? Keep reading for a brief overview of the may services they offer…

Maintenance and Construction Management
Access Management Group’s insured and experienced maintenance staff works closely with your property manager to handle all repairs associated with your community’s common areas and amenities.
Insured and experienced maintenance staff works closely with your property manager to handle all repairs associated with your community’s common property and amenities – from general property maintenance to total renovation projects and new construction.

In-Home Maintenance
Access Management has years of experience working with all types of home service and repair companies and has developed a list of highly skilled and extremely dependable in-home repair and maintenance specialists – including plumbers, heating & air companies, flooring specialists, electricians and many more – a list that they make available to the condominium owners they serve.

Financial, Accounting, and Administrative Management
Access Management Group will also work to assist boards of directors to develop and execute the annual operating budget for your COA which includes maintaining a running balance sheet and monitoring reserves, dues, and assessment funds as well as managing delinquency issues.

Property and Facilities Management
Access Management Group offers support 24/7 to assist with all of your needs. Daily management operations include, but are not limited to, issuing rule violations, coordinating appeals, acting as point of contact for residents and board members, managing correspondence between homeowners and the board as well as consistently and continually inspecting the community as determined by the HOA contract.

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