Condominium Management Services
In addition to a strong history of community management, compact developments and condominium management require a unique knowledge of preventative maintenance, intricate heating and cooling equipment and personnel management.
That's where AAM's Urban Living Division really shines. The Urban Living Division features a team of condo management experts focused on attending to the documents, buildings, turnovers, association maintenance schedules and owner responsibilities for urban communities ranging from duplexes to mid-rises and high-rises, both gated and non-gated.
Our Urban Division is “about the people” they believe that our clients deserve personalized service, knowledgeable staff and partner with the board to manage their day to day HOA operation in an efficient and effective manner that maximizes community value.
Our Urban Division offers strength of expertise and experience combined with passion and customer service to deliver peace of mind to the board and owners.
- Ready for any challenge
- Focus on the details
- Design and implement a plan to assure residents enjoy their “Life Style” experience
- Helps provide the care free lifestyle that residents want when they select living in a Condominium Community
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Giving More To Your Community
“Paula has given our community much more than would be expected from someone who functions as ‘just’ a manager. She has utilized her experiences with other communities and businesses to help us get more ‘bang for the buck’ for our association. Her communications with the Board are succinct, thorough, and understandable. Her suggestions have proven invaluable to our decision-making process. Paula doesn't play politics and is willing to help us with decisions which can be unpopular, i.e. raising fees, dues, etc. As expressed before, we as a Board are extremely pleased with all that Paula Kennedy has given to our community, The Crossroads. In her role, Paula has represented AAM, LLC in a very positive way. We hope she stays with us for many more years.” – John B., The Crossroads Community