Cedar Management Group offers every client our investment of ownership on behalf of their community. This personal level of investment drives us to provide accurate and efficient reporting. This involves creating a dependable flow of information while catering to the unique needs of each community that trusts us. Our committed team provides responsible service to all of our associations, ensuring that each one is managed to the highest level of care and attention.
We currently provide full-service management to the following types of communities:
- Communities Needing On-Site Management
- Condominium Communities
- Mixed-Use Developments
- Townhome or PUD Communities
- Master Planned Communities Containing Sub-Associations
- Adult Active Communities
- Commercial Association
- Luxury High-Rise Communities
- Golf & Club Communities
- Single Family Communities
Our Team-Based Approach Makes the Difference
Each community under our management is assigned a Senior Certified Community Manager as a management partner. Meeting minutes, action lists, and management reports are all reviewed by the Senior Manager. In event that the community manager is absent, the Senior Manager would be familiar with all current association matters.
Our maintenance coordinators address, monitor, and report work orders issued for property maintenance. Our association profile, which is created for every community, allows us to contact the preferred association vendors for each maintenance issue. A work order report can be provided in the monthly management report for the board to review at every meeting.
Our Community Support Team supports each community manager. They perform daily administrative duties, process architectural applications, and generate all written correspondence to homeowners and vendors. Our community support coordinators issue keys and passes for communities with amenities and vehicle parking programs. This team also tracks and handles all requests from homeowners, including phone calls and emails.
Our team approach to association management has many benefits. Community managers have ample time to be available for same-day responses to phone calls and emails, as well as the availability to anticipate problems before they arise. This allows the manager to approach board meetings as an opportunity to partner with board members and find solutions to challenges that are facing the association.