Managing a homeowner's association is in no way easy, it has a great deal to do with experience and hard work. Not just anyone is suited to this sort of work, after all. Many associations unwisely assume that they can hire just anyone to do the work of managing their properties effectively. It often takes too long for them to figure out that the job is not being done properly or that money is not being used in the most effective possible way. Enforcing the various regulations, rules, and bylaws that homeowner's associations have in force can be a trying profession, as well as a time-consuming one. These issues can create budgetary issues too, with many homeowner's associations not having experience in how to decrease costs where these issues are concerned. Instead of trying to handle it in-house or hiring individuals on their own, many association groups are turning towards professional management firms like Association Management Group.
Hiring a professional property management firm has a lot of advantages, especially when it comes to Association Management Group. This is a firm that was first founded in 1984 and is now a nationally recognized name within the industry. Association Management Group is based out North Carolina and South Carolina. The company has offices in Greenville/Spartanburg, Greensboro, Asheville, Charlotte, Raleigh, and Winston-Salem. Association Management Group is actually made up of five different independent companies. These five companies account for the management of in excess of three hundred condominiums, townhomes, and planned unit developments, altogether.
Association Management Group has developed several programs that are intended to help avoid a number of problems that are all-too-common for homeowner's associations. Dacy Flynt is the Charlotte Area General Manager and she has experience in a number of relevant fields, including legal, computers, personnel issues, administrative, construction, and construction defects. She is the facilitator for the Executive Board of Directors at Association Management Group.