Community Association Management

Specializing in providing superior Community Association Management Services to Condominium & Homeowner Associations
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Condominium Management Done Right

At Kare Condominium Management Company, Inc. we believe that the single most important factor in the management of a community association is the communication between the community association manager and the Board of Directors.

It is within the “meeting process” that association leaders and members come together to communicate and exchange ideas, discuss important topics and conclude by making decisions regarding the following:

Repairing Physical Issues

Resolving Financial Issues

Fixing Operative Issues

Our Management Philosophy

Our management philosophy views the Board of Directors as the policy-making body of the association, and although we do not make policies, we will act as advisors to the Board when our expertise and experience can add value. As managers of your community we are responsible for carrying out the directives of the Board and, in this way, the Board may delegate the day-to-day operations of the Association.

Our Management Agreement

Our Management Agreement is designed to serve as a guide to achieve the goals of the Board of Directors. Its intent is to set parameters and minimize misunderstandings that may occur in the daily course of business. The purpose of our relationship is to assist the Board in facilitating a harmonious living environment while maintaining the integrity of the community.

Dianne Onesti, Board President Testimonial

“I can say with complete confidence that hiring KareCondo as our property manager/partner was one of our board’s best decisions. We have been through some challenging times with our community. Our prior experience was without the benefit of a well-organized and equally well-executed property management service. Bruce Cedar and his team bring professionalism, expertise, and proactive management to their associations. This relationship has improved our community overall and positively impacted the entire board experience.”