A professional HOA Management Company ensures that all the duties of the association, and the responsibilities of its Board Members are performed accurately and as efficiently as possible. While one might assume that the purpose of a professional HOA and property manager is to assist the Board and its members, this isn’t necessarily an accurate representation of what a HOA manager actually does.
The more important aspect of a HOA management company is the homeowners themselves. They assist the Board and ensure that the association is organized and functional primarily to serve the best interests of the homeowners. To be more specific, here are some of the benefits that homeowners receive from a HOA manager:
1. Ensures that HOA regulations are strictly followed by all members. As a homeowner, you are a valuable stakeholder in your community. You deserve to live in a thriving community that stands out—or at least up to par with standards of living of other communities. The regulations implemented by the association are there for the upkeep of your community—to preserve its integrity.
To ensure that homeowners are following regulations, especially regarding maintenance of their property, random, as well as scheduled, property visits might be performed by the property manager from time to time.
2. You know where your association dues go. It’s a fairly common scenario where homeowners are left wondering where their association dues go. While they may be casually informed by the association about a certain project or undertaking that the association funded, they don’t actually know what the specific expenses are. A property and HOA manager takes care of the financial aspect of the association as well and this means detailed reports may be furnished to inform homeowners where their fees go.
3. You have a middleman to approach for concerns. Board Members are usually professionals with tons of responsibilities at work; they are busy people too and as such, they may not always be available when you need to discuss with them your concerns or issues—especially those that are time-sensitive. A HOA management company assigns a professional to each community, which means that you will have someone you can readily approach at a moment’s notice for your concerns.
There are numerous other benefits that homeowners will get to enjoy once their HOA hires a professional property management team. If you are a member of your HOA in Southern California, or you would like to recommend HOA management services to your Board, please feel free to give us a call at 951-270-3700. We’ll gladly discuss your requirements in person at your convenience.