One aspect of the HOA industry that remains consistent is change. Every year, numerous laws are proposed and adopted in an effort to streamline, modernize,
By: Helsing Admin A common concern for HOA board directors is how to choose an HOA management company for their communities. Homeowners in your association
We Invest in our Employees
We invest in our employee’s development by providing thor-ough internal and external training programs. We require attendance, and cover course costs for all qualified employ-ees to achieve certifications through CACM, APRA and other trade organizations related to the Common Interest Develop-ment Industry.
Our employee ownership group grows more and more each year and while many companies are cutting down on their benefits and retirement programs, we add more benefits for our employees each year. All full-time employees are eligible to become employee owners since we believe in developing talent in-house and maintaining long-term relationships.
The ACMB designation is reserved for the very few leading firms whose business practices have been found to meet the highest industry standards. Out of many hundreds of compa-nies in California that advertise community management ser-vices, we are one in less than the 1% of all management com-panies to attain the ACMB designation!
Achieving ACMB status requires a stringent independent re-view and certification process, including an examination of our risk management practices, ethical standards, and individual staff qualifications; and a detailed audit of our financial control processes. The audit ensures that we practice an optimal sys-tem of checks and balances to provide our clients’ finances with the highest level of protection.
We take pride in our longtime commitment to exemplary busi-ness practices, and are very pleased to receive this formal recognition from the community management industry as a whole. We are honored by the trust our Association clients place in us, and look forward to maintaining the superior standards