Miami Area Property and Association Management
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What we do as your property manager:
- Architectural Modifications: Provide forms and procedures to owners who wish to perform any modification requiring prior Board of Directors’ approval.
- Amendments: Assist Board of Directors and Legal Counsel into amending the Governing documents of the Association and implementing any new regulations thereafter.
- Annual Meetings: Assist Legal Counsel in preparation of the Association’s Annual Meeting as per Governing Documents.
- Bidding of Contracts: Provide bidding services to the Association as per work specification.
- Board Meeting Minutes: Minutes for the monthly Board of Directors meeting will be recorded and filed.
- Building Enforcement Violations: Receive and act upon any Building Enforcement Violations assessed to the community.
- Fire Department Violations: Receive and act upon any violation assessed to the community to avoid fines and citations.
- Inspections of Property: Make regular, planned and unplanned visits to the property according to the Management Agreement. Written recommendations will be submitted with monthly management report.
- Insurance: Assist the Board of Directors and/or their Insurance Committee with their annual insurance bidding.
- Licensed Manager: Provide roving or an onsite State Licensed Association Managers and secretarial services.
- Maintenance Personnel: Provide guidance, management and supervision to all Association employees according to the mutually agreed upon guidelines.
- Management Report: A monthly management report is included with meeting package as to highlight the events that have transpired during the course of the month.
- Mass Mailings: Prepare and send to each owner community updates and/or documents affecting the Community.
- Meetings: Attendance at all Board of Directors' meeting with appropriate meeting package.
- Notary Services: Offered at no additional charge notary services to our Associations.
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Financial reports are prepared monthly and include, but are not limited to the following:
- Accounts Payable: Record invoices and prepare checks from appropriate account item.
- Accounts Receivable: Bill, collect and deposit maintenance assessments and other charges.
- Budgets: Prepare preliminary budgets for the Board of Directors’ review and coordinate with Association’s CPA the budget meeting as per Governing Documents.
- Delinquent Accounts: Provide monthly delinquent report to Board of Directors.
- Demand Letters: Mail demand letters to owners past due on their accounts as per Governing Documents or at Board of Directors’ decision. Then forward information to Association’s legal counsel.
- Financial Statements: Prepare monthly/quarterly financial statements including Balance Sheet, Income/Expense Statement, General Ledger Detail, Trial Balance, Accounts Receivable Report, Aged Report, Bank Reconciliation and Bank Statements.
- Income Taxes: Professional Management will provide to and coordinate with the Association’s CPA in the filing of the Association’s State and Federal income taxes.
- Liens: Provide to the Association’s Attorney documentation to ensure proper filing of liens, monitor on a monthly basis accounts held by legal counsel. All delinquent accounts are flagged in order to ensure that the legal process is uninterrupted.
- Lockbox Processing payment Facility
- Payment options: check, ACH/direct debit, credit card, e-check, Electronic on-site deposit
- Reserve Transfers: Make monthly transfer into Reserve Account.
- Special Assessments: Coordinate, bill, collect, monitor and account properly any Special Assessments that the Association may have throughout the year.
- Year- End Financial Statements: Facilitate to the Association’s independent CPA documents a personnel to complete the required type of financial statement.
Miami Area Information
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