The Top HOA Community Management Company Servicing Texas and Arizona.
In this weeks Local Business Spotlight we take a look at Spectrum Association Management and learn what makes them one of the top options for HOA management for communities located AZ and TX.
Spectrum Association Management is an HOA property management company with services that are built for homeowners. When it comes to managing an HOA the board members are often the unsung heroes making sure that things run smoothly behind the scenes. Often times they run into several road blocks like delayed responses or a lack of communication that make their jobs as board members more difficult than they need to be, which can in turn lead to them becoming burned out. Enter Spectrum.
What makes Spectrum different:
Spectrum’s goal is to provide refreshingly different HOA management services, including:
- Homeowner help – Helping homeowners with their concerns can feel like a full-time job. Spectrum provides online chat services to answer homeowners questions and help resolve their issues.
- Project management – Whether you’re updating the neighborhood playground or painting fire lanes, project management can be a huge hassle. With Spectrum’s project management services we can take the stress out of getting things done.
- Financial Clarity – When it comes to managing an HOA, financial clarity is a must and with Spectrum you get real time financial reports, when you need them.
- Training for managers – Spectrum offers training for new managers to help them transition into their roles and hit the ground running.
Where Areas do They Serve?
Spectrum Association Management offers turnkey HOA management in Arizona and Texas. They have brick and mortar locations in Phoenix, Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Midland, Corpus Christi, Waco, and Bryan-College Station.
Basically if your HOA community is located in Arizona or Texas, Spectrum can help!
What Are The Cons?
While Spectrum does provide excellent HOA management services, unfortunately they’re not for everyone. They are built to work best with single family homes, and so if you live in a condominium community, they won’t be able to help.
The only other limiting factor is that they are designed to work with larger communities, generally those with 200+ homes. So if you have a community with 50 homes or less they may not be a good fit for you based purely on size. However, they do provide free quotes for board members seeking help, so I would advise those interested to reach out and see if their community is a good fit.
For more information on Spectrum Association Management and the services they provide, visit their website at https://spectrumam.com/