There are Community Association Management Companies out there that will tell you… Our cap is 6 or Our cap is 5 or our cap is 4 and there’s others that will tell you how our managers manage anywhere between 6-12 community associations. What’s the difference? First thing to take into consideration is how much support does one company give…
James Phifer interviews Pat Crosscombe. A Board member who served her condominium community in Canada. The discuss topics such as what it is like being a Board member, getting elected to a Board of Directors, developer issues, using kindness in the daily business, making sure to inform your Board and community manager and much more!
James Phifer attends the CAI Mountain Conference 2019. The Community Association Institure Rocky Mountain Chapter (CAI-RMC) is looking for Board members to sign up for their membership with the ultimate goal of helping educate our industy.
ACCU, Inc. was heavily involved in the steakholder process for manager licensing. ACCU, Inc. continued to avocate for the continuation of manager licensing knowing it was best for our industry and it is what our clients wanted. Thoughts on manager licensing.