What can Selective Management Services do for you?
- Assign a manager to act as a single point of contact with Association’s Board of Directors (“Board”). The President of the Association and one other single Director or officer designed by the Board of Directors shall be the Associations agent in all dealings with Manager.
- Provide a single point of contact for receiving member complaints/questions regarding common areas/amenities.
- Work with members to resolve all issues with common areas/amenities.
- Report to the Board and assist in resolving all issues which cannot be remedied under existing contracts.
- Prepare ballots for election of Board members, as applicable. Mail, receive, count, and store ballots in accordance with the bylaws.
- Establish and maintain database on all members including names and addresses.
- Assist and advise the Association in the preparation of general correspondence between residents, owners, contractors, etc.
- Assist the Association in coordinating general membership meetings, including annual meetings.
- Assist in development on an annual budget of income and expenses.
- Pay all invoices on a twice a month basis.
- Reconcile bank statements monthly
- Publish monthly financial reports to the Board.
- Provide assistance to the Association’s accountant for an annual audit and year-end financial statements.
- Account for all assessment statements and other changes due by or received by members.
- Receive and post assessment payments from members in a timely manner.
- Have liens filed on properties for non-payment.
- Review work performed under all maintenance and services.
- If directed by the Board, attempt to obtain relevant certificates of insurance from contractors designated by the Board.
- Receive service request for repairs or maintenance of common areas.
- Oversee upkeep of common areas.
- Maintaining a community’s swimming pool.
- Retain a landscaping company to cut grass and care for plants and trees in common areas.
- Retain landscaping company to maintain designated area around lake.
- Maintain pavilion and performed repairs as needed.
- Oversee a pool-cleaning company that performs routine chemical checks.
- That neighborhood equipment, and lighting are all in good working order.
- In accordance with the Board’s policy, periodically (at least once a month) visit the community to record, monitor and observe readily visible covenant violations on the street.
- Upon Board approval arrange with contractors to remedy non-compliant issues.
- Review request for additions and changes to the exterior of homes including fences, pools, enclosing patios, etc.
- Establishing a web site or web portal for the Association.
- Assignment of one or more of Manager’s employees to manage all claims or demands asserted by or against the Association, or any director, officer, employee or agent of Association.