How much a property management company charges a homeowner's association to manage the community varies depending on:
- the location of the development (north, south or central California and inner city versus rural),
- the type of development (condo or single-family homes),
- the size of the community (500 units or 5),
- the level of service being sought (financials only or full management) and
- the quality of managers assigned to the account.
The best way to compare prices is to get management companies to bid apples to apples on the management services a board seeks.
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