Who We Are

What makes CMA different

Our recruiting practices stand out in the field of Association management.  We look outside the industry to locate quality employees with varied skill sets who can think “outside the box” and bring fresh perspectives to help broaden our product offerings and enhance client satisfaction.

CMA takes a unique approach to property management in that our Property Managers are assigned communities in the areas in which they live.  We have found, through the years, that managers who can identify with the communities’ concerns have a greater stake in their success.  This is one strategy which has helped us sustain controlled growth of our core business while maintaining a low turnover among our staff of property and divisional managers.

We constantly strive to improve our services to your community.  We answer our phones and listen to our customers.  We are involved in our communities and are helpful, well-trained and courteous.

Our recruiting practices stand out in the field of Association management.  We look outside the industry to locate quality employees with varied skill sets to help broaden our product offering and client satisfaction.  Some of the past careers of our current employees include:  a fireman, a volunteer sheriff, large retail upper management, marketing & sales professionals, former “dot.com” folks, TV personality for a landscaping TV show, airline management and many former Association Board members.  All of our employees bring a fresh perspective to our clients and products.  Whether they are a seasoned veteran property manager or new to the industry, they bring with them years of proven management experience. To get an “inside look” at what it is like to be a part of the CMA family, check out this story written by one of our very own Community Association Managers! Inside Story

What We Do

  • Knowledgeable personnel to serve both the Board and the community
  • Experienced maintenance technicians
  • Comprehensive financial management
  • Assessment collection through bank lockbox services, and automatic debit
  • On-line bill pay review, approval and payment to be released soon
  • Budget preparation assistance
  • Monthly financial reports
  • Collection of assessments
  • Establishing relationships with preferred investment vehicles (U.S. Bank, Union Bank and First Financial)
  • Meeting attendance, preparation and follow-through of annual, Board, budget ratification, election, and membership meetings
  • Property inspections
  • Compliance with governing documents
  • Oversee the maintenance of common areas
  • State-of-the-art database management system
  • Transfer and disclosure packages
  • Management consulting
  • Competitive pricing
  • 24-hour emergency support
  • Development of policies and procedures
  • Establishing preferred vendor relationships to control level of services and costs and to minimize liability
  • Transition management
  • Initiation of the collection process as needed
  • Developer services
  • Homeowner transitions
  • Rental property management for single family homes and condominiums
  • Maintenance supervision
  • Repair and maintenance of community access systems
“Follow the leader, like over 500 other Associations”