Managing a community association is as much an art as it is a science. Many universal requirements must be met in a timely manner to protect owners investments and then communicated with association boards and developers. Some of these requirements include:

  • Legal compliance
  • Transparent reporting
  • Accounts Receivable and Collections/Liens
  • Accounts Payable
  • Managing reserves
  • Insurance requirements
  • Maintaining the property

At Richardson, we put our best people and systems to work for the communities we manage. To back this goal, we invest in training, cutting-edge technology and other operational support systems to benefit our professionals and our clients. We believe our ability to recruit, train and retain talent is a critical element of our success. Appropriately staffing a project from senior leadership and on-site personnel to back-office support is the single most important aspect to your community’s overall success.

To satisfy the varying needs of our communities, Richardson focuses on a team approach. A qualified Regional Portfolio Manager, assigned to act as the daily point person, receives industry best training and certifications through our internal programs, CAI and other industry educational opportunities. The Regional Portfolio Manager works in tandem with a strong and multi-faceted support team who are cross-trained to assist when the manager is unavailable.