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Community Association Management


Access Property Management works with an Association’s Board of Directors to make sure every aspect of operating an Association is handled with the highest degree of integrity and responsiveness to each resident’s needs.

We believe the essential element of Association administration is to serve as a neutral third party administrator advocating and enforcing Association Bylaws and CC&Rs.  Additionally, we believe our core responsibility is to assist Board of Directors in accomplishing their described goals and objectives by providing competent, responsive and professional administrative services.  We consider ourselves partners alongside Board of Directors and thrive on sharing in their accomplishments and achievements, critically reviewing their issues in line with Association CCRs and Bylaws, and taking a proactive solution approach in resolving Association challenges.

Access Property Management is well positioned to take-on the duties of an Association’s Board of Directors and provide the following highly beneficial administrative services:

  • Guide and assist Board of Directors in the development of policies and procedures.

  • Guide and assist Board of Directors in the performance of their obligations.

  • Advise and assist in the interpretation and administration of Association bylaws and CCRs.

  • Resolve individual owner concerns as they pertain to the administration and/or management of the Association.

  • Establish a balanced budget.

  • Administer the Association’s insurance portfolio including the filing of claims.

  • Keep all records of the affairs of the association and the Board, including Articles of Incorporation, By-Laws, Rules and Regulations, resolutions, policies, minutes of the meetings, copies of contracts, etc.

  • Maintain register of owners, officers and directors.

  • Organize annual and special meetings of Owners, and meetings of the Board of Directors of the Association, including the preparation of notices, agendas and other necessary documents.

  • Attend Board of Directors Meetings and Annual General Meeting.

  • Facilitate amendments to current CCRs and bylaws.

  • Keep accurate record of homeowner occupancy.

  • Prepare and distribute community documents for property resale.

  • Obtain community reserve study and assist in the interpretation of study.

  • Assist in transition management.

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