I first interacted with ACCU (Apartment and Condominium concepts Unlimited) through Mr. Phifer – ACCU’s Founder and CEO. His unrelenting desire to bring solutions to management gaps in Denver’s properties especially multifamily housing can never go unnoticed.
Mr. Phifer’s passion to use his experience and skills to form a leading property management enterprise has definitely rubbed on his team. James Phifer, the president together with the rest of the team has shown the same commitment through their personal growth and the growth of ACCU.
ACCU Inc stands out as the one-stop-company for property and community management in Denver. They genuinely care for their clients and there are two services that they beat their peers at.
1. HOA Community Management
When you buy a house in a planned development, you are required to join Homeowner association; whether it’s leased land, a condominium or a gated community. Most folks don’t get the sense in this but homeowner association (HOA) actually is needful for the maintenance of shared amenities. Homeowner association automatically assumes that you know the rules and regulations by the time you are buying the house. Some of the things you need to check are the kind of fines that apply to non-compliance. The ACCU agent should give you a copy of the rules and regulations lest you be sold to a house that is already in bad books with HOA.
Take note of the fees paid, the meeting schedules and the conflict solution mechanisms in place. Check the extent to which insurance pays for perils especially in places prone to natural calamities like earthquakes and fires.
Hoa community management is actually a good thing unless the company imposes projects like renovations and maintenance without consulting, you shouldn’t struggle with them.
2. Property management – Denver
Maintaining grounds, electric installations and repairs, heating and cooling systems work, and managing packing garages are some of the services offered by a property manager. There are others like portfolio management, new construction, blueprints, rough and finish carpentry, plumbing, concrete masonry, conversion projects and final inspections.
Some of these tasks may not bother you when it’s a small house, somehow new and recently renovated. But, if it’s a whole block or a newly purchased house that needs repairs and re-designing, then you need help.
When you think of your house, look at it as a long-term investment. This will help you find ease in investing in it when need be. Most people opt for the shortcuts, getting a plumber one time, then a carpenter, later you get an electrician and you keep on getting one service after another.
In the end, you will spend so much on services you may not quantify. Why don’t you get a hold of a property manager? Let all the assessment, planning, repairs, and maintenance come from a trustworthy provider then you can stop having sleepless nights about your home. They say if you try being a jack of all trades, you will be a master of none. It’s good to admit you need help and let the experts do their work. Then, you will a satisfied homeowner.