Boca Raton Condominium Associations
Hawk-Eye Management Inc.
consultation to help asses your association needs.
For example, as a Boca Raton Condominium
association we can
discuss your specific needs,
and outline your ideal options with us.
Our goal is to save you substantial amounts of money and time. We want you
maintain the integrity of the property. Hawk-Eye Management Inc.
is known for mastery of the management of
all types of Associations, and HOA, and over the years, and has served
Florida well. We have the resources, the systems,
and the qualified manpower, to manage all types of Property Associations.
Our strong reputation for excellence has enabled us to retain 90% of our
clientele, for over 25 years. Our responsibilities include: the hiring of
employees, the handling of owner collections, the conducting of business
with lawyers, engineers, through the focused management of Boca Raton
Most Property Owners today seek effective management of their Boca Raton Condominium Associations and Hawk-Eye Management can get the job done and done right. Our outstanding company is evidence by our take charge and pro-active leadership. We have great integrity and skilled management practices. After all, integrity is the underlying principle of Hawk-Eye Management Inc. We ensure that your work environment runs smoothly and that housing community functions efficiently. In addition, we look-out for cost-effective ways to enhance your property, and your community. With our Licensed Property Managers on board assisting you with your Association's routine duties, the Property Owner are released from the day-to-day burdens of managing your Boca Raton Condominium Associations, and can apply your time and energy to essential matters requiring your personal attention. This is a truly a win, win situation. Call us today!
In a condominium, unlike a homeowners association, the association typically does not own anything. The association is a mandatory membership form of government whose members include every owner of the building. The association does manage and govern the building, with the responsibility for maintaining most of the common elements, but it does not own the common elements; the membership owns an undivided interest in them with few exceptions.