FirstService Residential to Manage Sunset Farms HOA in Tolleson, AZ

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FirstService Residential, a leader in Arizona HOA management services, was awarded the community management contract for Sunset Farms Homeowners Association located in Tolleson, Arizona.

FirstService Residential, a leader in Arizona HOA management services, was awarded the community management contract for Sunset Farms Homeowners Association located in Tolleson, Arizona

“Our management team of industry experts looks forward to working with the board to support the Sunset Farms community and enhance the lifestyles of its current and future residents,” said Jennifer Clifford, vice president of FirstService Residential in Arizona.

FirstService Residential, a leader in Arizona HOA management services, was awarded the community management contract for Sunset Farms Homeowners Association in Tolleson, Arizona.

“Our management team of industry experts looks forward to working with the board to support the Sunset Farms community and enhance the lifestyles of its current and future residents,” said Jennifer Clifford, vice president of FirstService Residential in Arizona. “With our extensive experience in master-planned communities, we know what it takes to effectively grow an association’s brand and make a positive impact on home values, and we are delighted to have the opportunity to work with the board to make a difference every day for the residents of Sunset Farms.”

Sunset Farms is a 704-unit single-family, master-planned community designed to include a variety of lifestyle amenities. The community offers a robust network of walking paths and trails that connect residents to various gathering spaces, such as parks with shaded picnic tables, barbeque grills and playgrounds, as well as several “tot-lots” scattered throughout the property. Situated just south of I-10 at 99th Avenue and Lower Buckeye Road, its premier location provides easy access to major freeways, downtown Phoenix and an array of shopping, restaurants and sporting venues, including Gila River Coyotes Arena and University of Phoenix Cardinals Stadium.

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