SUHRCO believes that the most important functions of the Board of Directors (Board) and the management company are to preserve, protect and enhance the value of association property by providing a high standard of administration, maintenance and fiscal management.
Success in achieving these goals results in homeowner satisfaction, above average home values and a relationship of trust, thus assuring owners receive maximum value for their monthly assessment. We work as advisers and administrative arms of the Board of Directors of Associations enabling them to make informed, cost-conscious decisions—decisions that will maintain the physical and financial integrity of the Association’s property and therefore each homeowner’s investment.
The real challenge lies in the management company’s ability to organize and direct affairs of the association in a fair and consistent manner, provide third-party objectivity in the decision-making process, anticipate and recommend solutions for administrative and physical problems, respond promptly to legitimate homeowner requests regarding all common and community issues and to maintain excellent communication with the Board and community.
SUHRCO has gained these skills from experience, knowledge and vision gained in the management of a variety of community associations during the past three decades.
We answer questions and address concerns in a timely manner. We are:
- People….who listen.
- People….who are effective communicators.
- People….with integrity.
- People….who care.
Partner with us to make your property a success..!
“Knowing that (our Home Owner Association) is now managed by a caring team of professionals is such a relief. SUHRCO’s people are remarkable and we are so very grateful for their continuing hard work and pleasant ways….”
“I am compelled to reach out and tell you how well run and informative the (Board) meetings (have been). You and your colleague(s) do a very nice job with the meeting(s), from planning to execution and closing. (Some) meeting(s) could have gone badly and fortunately did not.”
“Thank you for all the services you provided throughout (the year). Without your guidance and support, I wouldn’t have been able to do my job as the Board President. I look forward to working with you in (the coming year).”