Arizona Homeowner Community Management Services Customized for Your Community
City Property’s homeowner association management services are tailored to match the unique demands of your community. Using a proactive approach, we help your community:
- Establish financial guidelines for reaching your current and future goals,
- Identify opportunities for streamlining your operations, while enhancing the quality of life in your community, and
- Discover solutions that increase property values and address your community’s objectives.
Below are the areas in which we represent our clients. If you don’t see the service you need, please let us know.
Our accounting services were developed with one primary objective – delivering accurate, easy-to-understand financials so you can make informed decision on your community’s financial well-being at a glance. Even in today’s challenging times, we remain committed to this goal.
Your community’s accountant will provide:
- Detailed financial statements and subsidiary reports
- A/R & A/P tracking (i.e. water, electric, etc.)
Cash or accrual methods of accounting are available, there are no bank service changes, and your funds are FDIC insured.
By targeting your delinquent homeowner dues and developing an aggressive strategy, we can accelerate your community’s collection process, while reducing your HOA costs.
Your community’s collection representative will handle all inquires on collection matters, including:
- Initiating communication with residents who have overdue balances
- Sending delinquency notices
- Facilitating payment plans
- Filing liens (when necessary)
- Setting up board of director and committee training specific to collection issues
- Providing a foreclosure tracking system and access to the county database
Your policy will be in compliance with your community’s operating documents, state statutes and the Federal Fair Debt Collection Act.
Through our relationships with legal experts, we can facilitate and manage your community’s legal issues. Each month City Property employees receive continuing education with an HOA industry attorney so you stay up-to-date on current legal issues, trends and laws.
We will review your community’s documents and make recommendations from a management operational perspective.
You also get help examining your CC&R’s, bylaws, articles of incorporation, rules and regulations, and architectural guidelines to make sure they fit your community’s needs, conform with state statutes, and don’t put your community at risk legally (may require a review from an association attorney).
These days a community website is desirable because it allows you to instantly communicate with your home owners. No longer must you worry about the time and costs associated with traditional communication methods.
Your website encourages self-service, giving home owners instant access to community documents such as CC&R’s, meeting minutes, agendas and announcements.
Your community website also makes it quick and easy to:
- Pay assessments
- Receive documents
- Provide insight into community regulations
- Contact your community management team