Association Management Group is a very well established homeowners association management firm

June 17, 2014
It was March of 2014 when Association Management Group was able to bring Daniel Rudisill into the team. She was appointed Division Manager and Senior Community Manager with Association Management Group. She will serve as a leading Association Management Group manager in the Rock Hill, Lancaster, and Fort Mill counties. Her role is one that bears a good deal of responsibility, but Association Management Group is confident in her abilities.

Association Management Group is a very well established homeowners association management firm based out of North and South Carolina. Daniel Rusisill will be entrusted with senior responsibility for the successful management of the various operations within her region. Association Management Group operates over a large area, with six offices in North and South Carolina. That includes offices in Asheville, Research Triangle, Winston-Salem, Greenville/Spartanburg, Greensboro, and Charlotte.

Association Management Group has put a good deal of study into small group interactions

April 02, 2014
Association Management Group (AMG) has put a good deal of study into small group interactions. Many of the company's client decisions are made in small group settings, so it is important that they are producing the most effective results possible. As such, the leadership of the company has been studying materials from the University of Illinois and Harvard Business School. They credit this research with helping them obtain better than a 98% customer satisfaction rate. Nationally, Zogby found that 73% of association residents say their community manager provides value and support to residents and the association as a whole; only 21% say their managers don’t provide value and support; and 6% aren’t sure.
Paul Mengert, the company’s founder, believes that Community managers are critical to the communities they serve, using their knowledge, experience and expertise to manage day-to-day association operations. Many associations could not function without the guidance and support of managers.

Association Management Group is a company

January 25, 2014
Homeowner's Associations have to be finely tuned machines, otherwise they simply will not function properly. The management of a homeowner's association can, pretty quickly, become a time sink and a costly issue. The interests of the community need to be protected, but it must be done in a way that does not bleed the budget dry. This is easier said than done, unfortunately. Often, homeowner's associations will look to outside hep for these issues. Hiring a professional or company that manages homeowner's associations full time is often the very best course of action. After all, the enforcement of a covenant community's regulations, rules, laws, and bylaws can quickly become prohibitively expensive. Professional management companies like Association Management Group, though, are accustomed to handling these issues.
Association Management Group is a company that was founded in 1984 by the current President, Paul Mengert. This means the business has two decades of experience with managing homeowner's associations of various types. The company is based in North Carolina and South Carolina, with offices in Raleigh, Greensboro, Winston-Salem, Asheville, Charlotte, and Greenville/Spartanburg. The professional staff at Association Management Group are able to offer clients services that relieve the pressure on the officers and management team. Managing various concerns, assisting officers with contracts and insurance, providing aid for unforeseen problems, and providing access to a full range of audit services are just a few of the advantages of working with Association Management Group.
Association Management Group is actually a collection of businesses made up of five different entities. Together these ventures account for the management of over three hundred condominiums, townhomes, and planned development units in various locations in the Carolinas. Increasing membership satisfaction while decreasing the overall costs for the homeowner's associations is the central goal for Association Management Group.