Acri Community Realty Awarded New Management Contracts

Four local community associations have signed on to be managed by Acri Community Realty joining over 11,000 other homeowners.

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Rich Smith, the Association President was happy with the work Acri did in developing their first budget out of developer control. “We wrapped up the budget at our first meeting,” Smith said.

Pittsburgh,PA (PRWEB) May 20, 2014

Four local community associations have signed on to be managed by Acri Community Realty.
Several of the acting Board Members were interviewed about the decision making process involved in choosing Acri Community Realty as the management company over other local firms.

Perry Point located in the Perry Hilltop section of the City of Pittsburgh, liked the proximity of Acri’s office to the association. “We can hold our Board Meetings in the Acri Conference Room,” stated Daren Ellerbee, Association President. Perry Point is a condominium association made up of 16 condos

Ridgemead, located in Plum Borough near Longview Country Club, liked the experience Acri brought to the table. “A good friend of mine lives in another Acri Managed property where Acri has been the Manager for 15 years,” said Dot Steele, Association President. Ridgemead is a condominium made up of 16 condos

Townhome Gala is a group of townhomes in North Strabane Township in Washington County. Diane Cunningham, acting Treasurer said, “Acri helped us organize as a formal association and made the process flawless.” Currently, 8 townhome units comprise Townhome Gala.

Finally, Asbury II Homeowners Association signed a contract for Management to begin June 1, 2014. Rich Smith, the Association President was happy with the work Acri did in developing their first budget out of developer control. “We wrapped up the budget at our first meeting,” Smith said. Asbury II is comprised of 12 patio homes.

In total, Acri manages 165 Community Associations in six counties in Western Pennsylvania, and is the largest Community Association Manager in the Greater Pittsburgh area. Over 11,000 homes are presently managed.

About Acri Community Realty:
The Acri Management Group has been providing outstanding service to the Community Association Industry for over twenty years. Acri provides cost effective expertise in homeowner association management, accounting, dues collections, web services, information technology, and innovative problem solving.

Serving over 160 master-planned communities, subdivisions and condominiums, Acri knows what it takes to manage successful communities and create the ultimate place of home for family and loved ones.


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