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Wondering What A Community Association Manager Is/Does?
Often when I tell people I'm a Community Association Manager I need to explain to them what I do. The short version could best describe me as the person that manages the common property and services of planned communities and/or condominiums through their homeowners' associations.
At my office, most of the community managers have eight to twelve properties that they are responsible for and oversee. I currently have 8 properties that I manage and I co-manage two more with another person. Our typical day starts about 8:00a.m. and each of us can construct our day to the needs of our communities and job responsibilities.
When we are in the office, most of us are answering emails, taking and returning phone calls, negotiating with contractors, paying association bills, monitoring finances, writing letters, relaying information, organizing paper work for upcoming meetings or completing paperwork from a meeting the night before. As well as maintaining the association files.
When we are out of the office we are often out at one of our properties for an inspection of the community. A community inspection can involve a variety of things. Some of the items we check are what's called the common areas of the property. An example for this time of the year would be to go out and ... more
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