14 Reasons Why Homeowner Associations Hire City Property Management
Selecting the right association management company for your master-planned, condo, single family or townhome community is an important decision. When you hire the professionals at City Property Management, you benefit from a 30-year track record of success and an unequaled commitment to client care.
Here are 14 reasons why clients choose City Property Management to manage their communities:
You benefit from a company that is dedicated exclusively to community management in Arizona.
You gain access to proven resources that allow you to preserve affordable assessments for your members, boost compliance and maintain quality curb appeal.
You get the experience of a company that has helped plan and grow community associations for 30 years.
You work with professionals who are certified in Arizona and receive continuing education on industry trends.
You reap the rewards of an exclusive LIBRA software that can create custom reports, track financials and track many community management-related items.
You receive continuous education on current Arizona laws and trends through board training and homeowner association training.
You benefit from stability – all key personnel at City Property Management have been with the company for well over a decade.
You have an on-call, certified manager available for emergencies 24 hours a day.
You get access to a pre-screened database of contractors and vendors to ensure competitive costs and excellent service.
You receive contracts and specifications customized for your community.
You have the option of getting your own community website that belongs specifically to your association, allowing home owners to stay current on the latest issues and pay assessments.
You gain access to the Homeowner Account Management Service Database, allowing you to view your lot file in real time (e.g., view payment history, violations with color pictures, architectural history of your lot, etc.) at no charge.
You experience a seamless transition that includes the transfer of all records and documents, as well as a review of CC&R’s and draft of updated Architectural Design & Community Guidelines.
You work with an experienced staff committed to quality, long-term relationships and making a difference in communities they serve.