Leland Management is a full service community association management company that offers complete support to Florida Homeowner, Condominium, Cooperative, Community Development Districts and Commercial Property Management Associations.
Our mission is to raise the level of professionalism and property management service available to Florida community associations.
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Community ,n. the people living in one locality
Association ,n. A group of people having a common interest
A community association handles the business of common interest to all the homeowners. Every community association is part community, with distinctive characteristics, striving to maintain the quality of life; part business, managing funds and facilities for homeowners; and part government, providing representative decision-making as well as enforcing the rules and regulations of the association.
In just 25 years, the number of community associations in the United States has grown from 10,000 to over 249,000, representing over 50 million people.
Homeowners make substantial emotional and financial investments in their homes and communities. Homeowners are concerned and have high expectations regarding the maintenance of common areas and facilities enhancing the value of their homes and communities, and many other issues related to the quality of community life.
The Directors and Officers of most associations volunteer their time and energy without compensation for the benefit of the entire community. Often this can be a time consuming and thankless job. It is the responsibility of the professional Community Association Manager to support the Directors and Officers of the association and to minimize the disruption of their lives caused by their service to the community. The Community Association Manager also acts as a buffer between residents in the enforcement of the Covenants, Restrictions and By-laws of the Association.
To meet the expectations, demands and responsibilities of the homeowners and community associations, an effective Community Association Manager must possess a wide range of knowledge in a variety of areas including finance, laws and regulations, maintenance, insurance and personnel management.
Homeowners deserve a Community Association Manager who displays a personal devotion and commitment to their community.