In a commercial building, your workplace is your home away from home. It’s important that your commercial property owner’s association (CPOAs) is in professional, capable hands. From providing a welcoming environment for visitors to physically maintaining the property. This is where a partnership with the right management company is vital.
FirstService Commercial and MarWest Commercial are proud of our proven track record for providing full-service commercial association management services across North America. We serve mixed-use developments, business office parks, industrial centers, commercial condominiums, live/work/play communities, retail centers, and master associations.
- Creating detailed financial reports and phased budgets.
- Maintaining cash flow statement on a rolling 12-month basis until project completion.
- Monitoring ACC (i.e., ARC) procedures and build-out planning.
- Evaluating commercial association management structures.
- Reviewing and assessing covenants and bylaws.
- Creating policies and procedures for new and future owners.
- Solving long-term deferred maintenance issues.
- Combining buying programs and negotiating vendor pricing to lower costs for third-party services.
Working closely with each commercial association and its board of directors, we tailor our programs and services to fit your commercial association’s unique needs. Whether it’s streamlining operations, maximizing curb appeal, or enhancing the lives of customers and residents, we can customize our services for a variety of commercial associations to make life, simplified.
Learn more about how FirstService Commercial’s tailored services can enhance your commercial property.
What is commercial association management?Commercial association management is the process of overseeing and maintaining common areas within a commercial association, as well as enforcing the governing documents for the betterment of the property. These responsibilities are dictated by the governing documents, the board of directors' approved rules and regulations, city-approved sign programs, etc.
The management company is responsible for day-to-day operations, maintaining the association’s common areas for the enjoyment of owners, their tenants, and visitors, and working with counsel to inform the association about compliance with all local laws and regulations.