Boca Raton Homeowner Association Management
Boca Raton Homeowner Association Management is viewed
as essential by the majority of Property Owners. Many of the suburban neighborhoods in Boca Raton consist of planned developments, governed by mandatory membership associations,
or “Homeowner Association” (HOA). Hawk-Eye
Management Inc., has valuable experience with Homeowner
Association Management. We offer Property Owners an opportunity to have
better control over Property Investment. We are well-known for our
high-quality management services; many Development Complexes, and Condos,
also use our services. We are the reliable, trustworthy,
Inc. experts. We are proud of our outstanding reputation, having been
positively reviewed by our many satisfied clients, and rated by industry
officials, as exceptional, knowledgeable, and up-to-date in modern
management practice. If your HOA is considering a new management company,
bear in mind that our services are regarded as superior. Expect us to
welcome you with a personal approach.
Hawk-Eye Management Inc., an experienced, trusted leader in Boca Raton for Homeowner Association Management, provides Licensed Property Managers. We hand-pick our Managers and match-make to ensure appropriately placed Managers who will establish a smooth working relationship with the particular community, Their responsibilities and duties include: overseeing the hiring and managing of employees, directing owner collections, handling owner violations, conducting business between relevant persons, attorneys, accountants, working with legal personnel, and maintaining strong relationships between associations and related parties, obtaining quality vendors at competitive prices, assuming fiscal responsibility for effectively overseeing all phases of association management, monthly disbursements, income and expenses, maintaining and improving the beauty of your community, and of course, any other unique services, and mandatory obligations, required by HOA.
Often times, the Homeowners Association will voluntarily assume the responsibly of certain maintenance items to retain the appearance of uniformity in the community. Examples would include tree, sidewalk or mailbox maintenance, where the association would budget accordingly to provide for the repairs and replacement of these items.
State statues for homeowners associations are usually considered less stringent than condominiums. But over the past years, the gap between the two has been lessened considerably.
Clerical and accounting responsibilities include maintaining accurate records, financial reporting, billing, and collections of assessments and payments of invoices for work performed to maintain the community.