A dynamic, unmatched leader in hospitality management, Aqua-Aston integrates industry knowledge and innovation to provide seamless service and value that lasts. In an ever-changing landscape, we don't just recognize that each property has its own identity and characteristics, we leverage the differences to deliver superior results. We understand that the mission of any Board of Directors is to preserve, protect, and enhance the property and the community. We help our clients accomplish this mission by applying strategic operational plans tailored to the requirements of a property.
Aqua-Aston is a member of the Community Associations Institute (CAI), a national organization that serves as the leading authority and provider of educational, business, and networking resources for community associations, including board members and property managers. As a member of CAI, Aqua-Aston is informed about national and local trends in property management, and we are able to adapt as needed to these changing dynamics.
Aqua-Aston’s Condo Administration associates regularly participate in training to obtain certifications such as the CAI’s prestigious Professional Community Association Manager (“PCAM”) and Certified Manager of Community Associations (“CMCA”) titles. To obtain these designations, extensive education is required with the successful completion of CAI’s Professional Management Development Program (“PMDP”) in law, communications, operations, and asset protection with a final examination and case study. This program requires individuals to draw upon their experience and the knowledge they have acquired through the successful completion of the PMDP courses and hands-on work experience to complete an analysis of a community association. Rest assured that with Aqua-Aston, you're in expert hands.
As a managing agent, Aqua-Aston works directly with Boards of Directors to oversee the care and maintenance of the common elements of condominium projects.
- Management services for condominium homeowners’ associations and timeshare associations in the United States and abroad
- Strong property management teams and established relationships
- Ongoing management training
- Oversight for emergency maintenance and major improvement projects
- Financial and document reviews and recommendations
- Capital replacement reserve analysis
- Managers with professional credentials
- Low manager to portfolio ratio
- HO6 tracking
- Procurement of insurance
- Timely financials
- Owner account viewing accessibility