Property Management & Consulting
Maintenance Contracting Oversight
Capital Replacement Reserve Assessments
With many years of experience working with homeowners and with association service contractors, our company is well-suited to provide you with general accounting and accounting support services required for efficiently running your association. From managing homeowner invoicing and collections, to contractor oversight and bill payments, we enable your operations to move forward.
Risk of unforeseen future capital repairs and replacements is inevitable when dealing with planned residential developments. Our team provides a full suite of assessment and analysis services to help you mitigate these risks. From environmental factors to the impact of aging and usage, the assessments we provide you are well researched and thorough.
Providing accurate information and trusted consulting services, POA Management Associates is a premier property management firm. With certified property management professionals, we offer a full range of services to help you make informed decisions regarding complex association operation and management issues. Specializing in townhome and single family residential property development, our firm places your interests at the forefront. When it comes to management planning and execution of operational strategies, we have a solid team you can rely on.
Having extensive experience with common property maintenance, facilities upkeep, and common area repairs, we provide objective information to the Board of Directors regarding best practices and implementation strategies for homeowners associations. Being completely independent, we routinely support Boards with contract development and contract review for association service needs, and have the relevant contracting and market experience to ensure that the contracts that are placed represent the best value to your association.
Site Inspections & Walkdowns
Our management team is local to your property and can provide on-site "boots on the ground" when necessary to support site inspections, walkdowns, or when something comes up that simply needs an independent set of eyes. This helps to ensure that any property-related problems are addressed in a timely and appropriate fashion.