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Property Management Accreditations

Our management team and property managers are dedicated to providing excellent service to our community association boards and are among the most highly educated association property management teams in the industry. To ensure we provide you with superior guidance and service, each property manager attends professional education classes every year. Most of our property managers have earned their property management certification.

Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA)

CMCA is a national certification recognizing fundamental knowledge for community association management. It sets standards for community association management and gives homeowners and boards confidence in their manager's knowledge and ability to provide professional service. To earn this certification an individual must successfully completion of required coursework and pass the CMCA examination.

Association Management Specialist (AMS)

The AMS is the second tier in the career track for professional managers. Building upon the knowledge gained in earning their CMCA, an individual must take and pass at least one of the six 200-level classes and have at least two years of experience as a property manager.

Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM)

The PCAM designation is the highest professional recognition available nationwide to managers who specialize in community association management. Through extensive education requirements, managers with this designation have gained an understanding of all aspects of community association management. To earn the PCAM designation, a manager must pass all six 200-level classes, complete an extensive case study, comply with CAI's Professional Manager Code of Ethics, and have at least five years of experience.

Accredited Association Management Company (AAMC)

The AAMC credential is awarded to companies that specialize in community association management and are committed to providing unique and diverse services to their clients. Companies that hold this accreditation ensure their staffs have the skills, experience and integrity to help their communities succeed. Requirements of the AAMC are: at least 50 percent of the manager's must hold designations or certifications, the senior manager must hold a PCAM designation, the company must have a minimum of three years of experience, commit to upholding the highest ethical standards, and is required to meet CAI's financial management and reporting standards. Community Management has the AAMC accreditation.

Certified Property Manager (CPM)

The Certified Property Manager (CPM) designation is awarded by the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM) to real estate management professionals with at least three years of real estate management experience who complete a series of rigorous courses and exams.

Contact us today for more information and to discover how your association can benefit from working with association management professionals dedicated to providing excellent guidance and service.

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