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4 Simple Reasons To Pick IKO For Your Community Management

Posted by IKO Community Management on June 22, 2017 at 9:00 AM

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When it comes to hiring the right community association management company for your HOA community, you should consider the basics. Which services are included? What credentials and experience does the team have?

IKO Community Management in Olney, Maryland, has everything you need and more. We go above and beyond to make sure your community is at its best. Here’s why HOA boards and developers pick us over the competition: 

We have a rich history.

Experience is a huge factor to consider when hiring a community manager, and we’re not new to this game. Since our inception, IKO has been known as the premier homeowners association management company throughout Maryland, Northern Virginia, and Washington, D.C.

We’re a long-time Community Association Institute (CAI) member and have been designated by the Accredited Association Management Company. This designation “demonstrates a company's commitment to providing the unique and diverse services community associations need” and “ensures that their staff [has] the skills, experience, and integrity to help communities succeed. Its managers have advanced training and demonstrated commitment to the industry.” 

The requirements include:

  • A minimum of three years of experience providing community association management services, based on client verification

  • A Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designee as the company's senior manager

  • A staff of which 50 percent of managers who have been at the company for at least two years hold a professional manager credential (CMCA, AMS, LSM, or PCAM)

  • Maintain fidelity, general liability, and worker's compensation insurance in addition to meeting federal, state and local laws

  • Comply with the CAI Professional Manager Code of Ethics

“To retain the designation, all designated staff members must complete at least 12 hours of continuing education every two years.”

We’re willing to go the extra mile.

Our community association managers are available on call, and they’re willing to go to any length to help your HOA neighborhood and its homeowners. Our community managers go beyond the average responsibilities to ensure that your community is happy and safe 100 percent of the time.

At IKO, we’re constantly looking to enhance the value of your community by proactively monitoring our performance to make sure it aligns with your needs and wants -- because we want you to be satisfied at the end of the day.

We humanize community management.

IKO prides itself on the personal, hands-on, and professional approach to property management that we have built our reputation on. The diverse talents and skills of our community managers and leadership team enable us to offer the best, most comprehensive service in the area. 

We employ and engage top talent in our industry to oversee each community’s needs, including the day-to-day tasks like budgeting and pool management. Our staff is committed to working with each of your HOA board members and homeowners to create a positive environment, preserve home property values, and maintain a pleasing aesthetic appearance in common areas and throughout your HOA neighborhood.

We work for you, not for the money.

As a full-service property management company serving condominiums and HOAs throughout the metropolitan area, we put our expertise, knowledge, and resources to work for everyone. We work to find the best solution for your residents, HOA board members, realtors, developers, contractors, and builders every day. 

Using smart services and programs that save you time and money, our award-winning association management and guidance lends itself to extraordinary dedication to ensure your community is running optimally. 

If you’re ready to take the next step with IKO, click on the button below to request a proposal for your HOA community:

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Topics: HOA Board, Developers