Condominium Property Management
Hawk-Eye Management Inc.,
as a leading Condominium Property Management Company, offers a range of
modern Management Services, at reasonable rates. Our Company focuses
heavily on Condo/HOA Association Management. Results show that significant
amounts of money and time are saved, and property integrity is
well-maintained, when Hawk-Eye Management Inc.
is in command. Our Company is now well-known for
our complete mastery of the management of all types of
Associations, and HOA, having served South Florida with distinction for
over 25 years. We have the resources, the systems, and the qualified
manpower, required to manage the lifecycle of all types of Property
Associations. Our strong positive reputation for excellence has enabled us
to retain 90% of our clients, consistently. Duties include: overseeing the
hiring of employees, the handling of owner collections, the conducting of
business with lawyers, engineers, as one of the most outstanding of the
Condominium and Property Management firms, competently serving South Florida.
All Property Owners needing services for Condominium Property Management should get to know our impressive Management Company Team immediately! Our hallmarks are pro-active leadership, complete integrity, skilled management practice. Integrity is the underlying principle of Hawk-Eye Management Inc., the founding premise upon which Hawk-Eye Management Inc. was conceived. We ensure that your work environment runs smoothly, that your housing community functions efficiently; we look-out for cost-effective ways to enhance your property, and your community. When our Licensed Property Managers are assisting with your Association's duties, you, as Property Owner, are released from the hassles of management, by one of the most accomplished, and trustworthy of the Condominium Property Management Service Providers, Hawk-Eye Management Inc. of course! Book FREE Consultation; lean about your options with us today!
Unlike a homeowners association, a condo association usually does not own anything. Rather, the association is a mandatory membership form of government whose members include every owner of the building. The association works to manage and govern the building and is responsible for maintaining most of the common elements; however, it does not own the common elements. Instead, the membership owns an undivided interest in them with few exceptions.