Property Management for your HOA
Board members are responsible for managing HOA communities. Unfortunately, they don’t always have the time or expertise to perform their duties easily. When the board is lacking, the community – and its residents – suffer. But, with an HOA management company, boards can entrust the day-to-day operations to a trained professional.
Elite Management Services is an all-around HOA management company in Ohio. We offer a wide range of services, including community management, board education, accounting and collections, value-added services, reserve planning, maintenance and violations, and legal assistance. We do everything from resident support and vendor coordination to compliance enforcement and website management.
Ohio Community Association Management
With an estimated 11,780,017 residents, Ohio ranks 7th among the most populous states in the United States. Columbus functions as its capital as well as the state’s largest city. Known as “The Buckeye State,” Ohio got its nickname after the Ohio buckeye trees.
Ohio has a vibrant arts and culture scene. It is home to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, the Rhythm and Blues Music Hall of Fame, and the American Classical Music Hall of Fame and Museum. Many musicians were also born or had their start in Ohio. Regarding performing arts, notable attractions include Playhouse Square, the Cleveland Orchestra, and the Cincinnati Music Hall.
As for education, Ohio does not disappoint. Colleges and universities located here include Denison University, Case Western Reserve University, Kenyon College, Ohio State University, and Oberlin College. With such prestigious institutions, it’s not surprising that residents are well-educated. In fact, 13% of residents graduated with a master’s degree or higher, and 21% graduated with a bachelor’s degree.
Other points of interest in Ohio include Cedar Point, the National Museum of the US Air Force, the Cincinnati Zoo & Botanical Garden, the Cleveland Museum of Art, West Side Market, Kings Island, the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, and Cuyahoga Valley National Park.