Residential Association Management

Communities function best with the support of a full team behind the scenes. Multiple points of oversight enhance productivity, strengthen communication, and reduce risk. Based on each client’s specific needs, we provide a dedicated management team to conduct your association’s business, from the routine to the extraordinary.

Your dedicated management team

Each Community Manager at Omega has been accredited by CAI, holding professional designations including the Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA), the Association Management Specialist (AMS), and the Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM), a designation reserved for only the most experienced managers.

Working closely with Board members, homeowners, and service personnel, Community Managers coordinate and execute community operations. Responsibilities may include:

  • Identifying and resolving major and minor issues within the community.
  • Advising the Board and enacting Board decisions in keeping with industry best practices and legal constraints.
  • Assisting the Board with meeting preparation and attendance.
  • Administering vendor contracts and overseeing maintenance work.

Assistant Community Managers are a convenient and accessible in-office presence for community members. The Assistant Community Manager expedites the
association’s daily functioning by:

  • Acting as a consistent first point of contact for homeowners, Board members and vendors.
  • Issuing violation letters, informational notices, and other correspondence.
  • Processing architectural applications, clubhouse rentals, pool key requests, and more.

A customized selection of services

At Omega, we take pride in the way we build relationships with the Board and general membership in each of the communities we manage. When you call our office during normal business hours, you’ll always be greeted by a representative who is ready to help you get the information you need. Similarly, each Association’s contract is created based on the community’s specific needs. We’ll listen and talk with you to find out which combination of the below services will work best for you—it may be all, or it may be just a few:

  • Violation Services
  • Board Assistance
  • Vendor Services
  • Legal Services
  • Architectural Request Services
  • Clubhouse Rental Services
  • Pool Services
  • Emergency Services
  • Record Keeping
  • Board Meetings
  • Annual Meetings
  • Budget Preparation

Request more information

To request more information, simply submit our online Request for Management Proposal form. We’ll follow up with you to answer any questions, learn more about your Association’s needs, and discuss how we can help you.