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Looking for new HOA Management for your Greenville SC Community
With Greenville South Carolina being one of the fastest growing municipality in the state, Cedar is here to help either established association or help a developer who has a new community. Right in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Greenville has combined traditional southern charm, stunning natural beauty and an unexpected contemporary cool that makes Greenville SC a fantastic place for a wide array of people. If you are looking for new or first time Management Cedar is here to help your community’s association.
Professional HOA Management Company In Greenville South Carolina
Whether you have a community of single family homes, or a condominium association, Cedar deals with all different types and sizes of associations. With a customer oriented style of management, your community is going to be our number one priority. Our number one goal for any HOA or COA is to see progress in that neighborhood. If you have budget problems or need new management, Cedar, an Accredited Association Management Company (AAMC), will provide the resources needed for your association succeed.
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More information about Greenville, SC:
Greenville SC was once closed to colonists’ settlement and used as the hunting ground for the Cherokee Indians. Richard Pearis was a Virginia trader who lived with a chief’s daughter. He received approximately 100,000 acres of land from the Cherokees. What is now the town of Greenville was once a plantation set up by Pearis on the Reedy River banks.
Greenville SC had a roller coaster of ups and downs. In the early 1980s, Mayor Max Heller completed a new streetscape. With the help of business leaders, Tommy Wyche, and Buck Mickel, federal money made building the Hyatt Regency and the adjacent parking garage possible. That successful endeavor was the turn-around point for Greenville.
HOA Management in Greenville, SC
The Greenville Homeowners Association Management team works with dedicated community leaders in the area to strengthen the neighborhoods. They continually strive to enhance, manage, and build the communities growth with an eye toward the future. The goal is to create a community to be proud of.
The HOA management team is aware of the uniqueness of each neighborhood association. The association is special to HOA members and homeowners. There are three types of services provided by HOA management. They are accounting solutions, self-managed solutions, and full-service management solutions.
Basic accounting services include monthly financial reporting, payment options, billing, and collections. HOA accounting services keep receivable balances low and maintain federal and state law compliance. The HOA facilitates the annual CPA review process and preparation of tax returns. The effort required managing the association is reduced. Tools needed for the association’s Board of Directors to fulfill fiduciary responsibilities are provided.
The board members receive clean and timely information that allows mutual management of the association’s accounts receivable. An association cannot operate without the prompt assessment payments of homeowners. The HOA addresses delinquent assessments and makes collections efforts. On demand homeowner history reports and balance inquires, legal collections such as foreclosures and liens, collection agency interfaces, direct debit payments, and timely monthly billing reduce account receivables.
Some communities choose to manage the association’s business on their own. This can be challenging for board members who have busy lives, jobs, and families. Until recently, community and condominium associations had two options, purchase online ‘tools’ from a provider or hire a company for full-service management.
Now there are HOA services that reduce the board members’ workload, improve communication, and save money and time. Some board members are not aware of the yearly state and federal tax return filing requirements. Other requirements and restrictions, news to board members, is the legal ban on publishing ‘deadbeat’ lists of unit or homeowners who are delinquent on payments. The association has to have FHA approval before buyers qualify for a loan. That approval requires renewal every two years. General liability and other types of insurance are legal requirements of an association. An HOA self-management service answers questions about the operation and specific issues of an association.