Our Clients

Five hundred units, or five – we can provide a solution package tailored to meet your needs. Should you have any interest in learning about or observing any of the other properties that we manage, please feel free to reference the information as listed below: 

CREEKSIDE VILLAGE – 427 Units – Rochester – South of Runyon Road, West of Dequindre Rd.  This master association has a beautiful pool, clubhouse, playground, tennis courts, basketball courts, and miles of walking paths spread throughout five separate neighborhoods of single-family detached homes and condominiums. 

SHADOW WOODS – 419 Units – Rochester Hills – This large subdivision of single-family detached homes with entrances on Adams Road, Tienken Road, and Brewster Road has lots of green space, wooded areas and large, beautiful homes.  The Association has no maintenance responsibilities for the homes; rather, its responsibilities are for the entrances, common grass areas, natural areas, and enforcement of community rules. 

EDDINGTON FARMS – 305 Units – Rochester Hills – Located on the East side of Rochester Road, North of Hamlin Road on Eddington Boulevard, Windrift, Farnbourough, Bellshire, Bedington, Essex, Ternbury, Lexington, Bembridge, Pembroke, Kendal Lane, and Preswick Ct.  This beautiful subdivision of three and four-bedroom homes has large green spaces and woodlands, as well as a close proximity to Downtown Rochester.

FAIRVIEW FARMS – 277 Units – Rochester Hills – Located on the North side of Tienken Road between Livernois and Brewster Roads on Barneswood Lane, Whispering Knoll Lane, East Fairview Lane, North Fairview Lane, East Horseshoe Bend and West Horseshoe Bend.  This subdivision of four-bedroom, single family detached homes has large lots, three parks, many social events, and is a family-oriented neighborhood. 

WILDFLOWER – 233 Units – Rochester Hills – Located on the South side of Auburn Road, adjacent to the new Brooklands Elementary School on Primrose Drive, Daylily Drive, Vardon Drive, Mayapple Court, Buttercup Drive, Buttercup Court, Goldenrod Drive, Jonathan Drive and Joshua Drive.  This subdivision of three and four-bedroom homes features walking paths, a park with a playground and basketball court, and easy access to the highway for commuters.

CREEKSIDE VILLAGE OF GRAND BLANC – 202 Units – Grand Blanc – Located on the South side of Cook Road, East of Holly Road on Grand Avenue, Bradway Boulevard, Hastings Drive, Brighton Drive, London Court, Ramsgate Court, Newcastle Court, Redding Circle, and Redding Court.  This new subdivision features large lots with four-bedroom homes, many common green spaces, and easy access to the picturesque and vibrant town.

GATEWAY OAKS – 168 Units – Sterling Heights – Located on the West side of Mound Road, south of M-59 on Acorn Lane and Twin Oaks Drive.   The townhouse and carriage style attached condominiums are conveniently located to the highway, and are walking distance to shopping, restaurants, a movie theater, and Jimmy Johns Field on those warm summer nights.

STRATFORD MANOR – 167 Units – Rochester Hills – Located on the South side of Walton Boulevard, East of Brewster Road on Stratford Lane, Canterbury Trial, and Manor Way.  This community of large, brick, two story townhouse condominiums has a clubhouse, fitness center, sauna, and two pools, one indoor and one outdoor, staffed with attendants for year-round enjoyment.  This community was one of the first ever purpose-built condominium associations in the State of Michigan (1972).

BARRINGTON PARK – 148 Units – Rochester Hills – Located on the North side of Auburn Road on Barclay Circle, Glenhurst Boulevard, Hartwick Drive, Glenbarr Circle, and Helmsdale Circle.  This new Pulte Homes built community of three- and four-bedroom, four bathroom attached townhouse condominiums feature three levels of living space, attached two car garages, and walking distance to salons, shopping, restaurants, a movie theater and grocery store.

MAPLE CREEK – 141 Units – New Baltimore – Located on the Southeast corner of 25 Mile Road and County Line Road on Crimson Lane, Pine Street, Poplar Drive, Maple Leaf Drive, MacIntosh Drive and Catalpa Lane.  This lovely subdivision of newer homes on the Macomb County border is less than two miles away from Lake St. Clair’s Anchor Bay, Cedar Glen Golf Club, scenic farms, and Anchor Bay High School.

AUBURN GROVE – 124 Units – Auburn Hills – Located on the North side of Shimmons Road, West of Squirrel Road on Grove Lane.   These traditional, attached style condominium homes offer a country look and feel in the middle of the city.

TERRACES OF TAYLOR – 121 Units – Taylor – South of Eureka Road on Terrace Village Drive.  These ranch and townhouse style condominiums feature a beautiful stone facade and large, green spaces.  Community amenities include a gated entrance, clubhouse and covered parking.  Many of the residents are pilots, flight attendants, gate attendants, and other airline personnel who enjoy the easy, two-mile commute to Metro Airport.

PAINT CREEK – 112 Units – Rochester – Located on the North side of University Drive, three blocks East of Main Street. These stacked ranch style condominiums feature river frontage on Paint Creek, and are immediately adjacent to the Paint Creek Trail, Library, Post Office, and Royal Park Hotel making it a very desirable place to live and enjoy the downtown Rochester amenities. The Association dues include air conditioning (really, this isn’t a typo!), water, common commercial hot water heaters and common water softeners.

PLYMOUTH VILLAGE – 112 Units – Chesterfield – On the East side of Gratiot Avenue, South of 25 Mile Road on Halifax, Danvers, and Camden Circle.  This community consists of a mix of attached condominiums and detached site condominiums, along with an exquisite clubhouse and pool.  This community was partially developed in 2006, and construction began again in 2017 to complete the community. 

CROSS CREEK VILLAGE – 106 Units – Rochester – North of Parkdale Road, West of Dequindre on Wyngate Drive, Rock Valley Drive and Millecoquins Court.  This lovely community of large duet style condominiums has many wooded views, and is close to downtown Rochester attractions and amenities. 

MAPLE CREEK III – 104 Units – Grand Blanc – Located on the North side of E. Maple Avenue on Sunset Boulevard, Maple Creek Drive and Crimson Court.  These newer homes feature the benefits of a condominium but in a single-family detached home, making them very attractive to the numerous snowbirds who live in the community.

RAVINES AT THE ORCHARDS – 90 Units – Washington Township – Located on the North side of 29 Mile Road, East of Campground on Turnberry Way, Inverness, Prestwick Lane, Prestwick Court, and Ridge Drive.  This subdivision of magnificent homes is adjacent to apple and peach orchards, as well as The Orchards Golf Club.

MORGAN CREEK – 88 Units – Canton – Located on the South side of Cherry Hill Road, East Sheldon Road on Morgan Drive, Concord Drive and Providence Lane.  The owners of these lovely three-bedroom, three bathroom attached condominiums enjoy their close proximity to the ITC corridor trailhead and easy access to the highway.

QUAIL RIDGE – 64 Units – Brownstown Twp. – Racho Road North of Sibley to Quail Ridge Drive, Feather Lane, Covey Court, and Bobwhite Court.  Ranch and townhouse style condominiums. Many of the community residents are pilots, flight attendants, gate attendants, and other airline personnel who enjoy the easy, six-mile commute to Metro Airport.

PARK PLACE SOUTH – 57 Units – Shelby Twp. – North of 25 Mile Road, West of Shelby Road on Park Place Drive, Boardwalk Drive and Pennsylvania Court.  The residents of these luxury condominiums love living next to the 4,000+ acres of Stony Creek Metropark, which features sailing, beaches, hiking trails, biking paths, nature preserve, festivals, and an 18-hole golf course.

COPPER CREEK – 54 Units – Rochester – North of Runyon Road, West of Dequindre on Catlin Drive, Copper Circle, and Garnet Court.  This lovely community of large duet style condominiums has many wooded views, and is close to downtown Rochester attractions and amenities.

ROCHESTER PARK II – 52 Units – Rochester – Located on Miller Road and Baldwin Road, three blocks East of Main Street.  These attached ranch and townhouse style condominiums were originally constructed as apartments in 1969, and are a short walk to downtown Rochester.    The Association dues include water, common commercial hot water heaters and common water softeners. 

ST. ANDREWS ESTATES – 53 Units – Lake Orion – Located on the West side of Joslyn Road, South of Indianwood Road.  This lovely, gated community of site condominiums overlooks Indianwood Golf and Country Club.

PLUM CREEK – 51 Units – Oakland Township – Adams Road North of Orion Road to Plum Creek Drive and Long Winter Lane.  This Association of custom-built single-family site condominium homes began construction in the 1990’s and is nearing completion. 

RIVER BLUFFS CONDOMINIUMS – 50 Units – Mt. Clemens – East of Gratiot on River Bluff Drive.  This community consists of a unique mix of new construction lofts and townhouses, as well as a repurposed commercial building, all on the banks of the Clinton River.

WATERS EDGE CONDOMINIUMS – 46 Units – Clarkston – West of Dixie Highway on Andersonville Road.  This attractive community of two-bedroom townhouses features a clubhouse, pool, and boat docks on the shores of private, all-sports Lester Lake, which connects to several other all-sports lakes.

TISBURY SQUARE TOWNHOMES – 43 Units – Troy – South of Square Lake Road on the West side of Livernois on Haldane Drive, Arban Drive, Kaprol Drive, Picall Drive, and Kalter Drive.

PARKDALE CONDOMINIUMS – 25 Units – Rochester – On the North side of Parkdale Road between Main Street and Letica Road.  These 1960’s brick buildings feature two floors of ranch style condominiums, and were formerly apartments.  This Association features commercial sized hot water heaters, boilers, and water softeners for the benefit and convenience of the owners, and is a convenient place to live “in town”, within walking distance to all the downtown Rochester attractions and amenities. 

HEATHERWOOD VILLAS – 22 Units – Warren – Located on the North side of 11 Mile Rd., East of Ryan Road on Heatherwood Court.  These private entry, attached ranch style condominium homes offer easy access to I-696, downtown Royal Oak, GM Tech Center, FCA, US Army Tank Command and many other major employers.

RIVERCREST PROFESSIONAL CENTER – 19 Units – Rochester Hills – Located on the Northeast corner of Livernois and Avon.  This property is zoned commercial/office, and are individually owned office condominiums, primarily medical and dental offices.

THE WASHINGTON – 18 Units – Royal Oak – Located on the East Side of Washington Avenue, north of Woodward Avenue.  This unique mixed use commercial/residential building in downtown Royal Oak features underground parking garage and elevator service.

GUINN TOWNHOUSES – 13 Units – Lake Orion – Located on Atwater Street, just East of Lapeer Road (M24).  The residents of these one- and two-bedroom apartments enjoy a convenient place to live “in town”, within walking distance to downtown Lake Orion attractions and recreational amenities.

CLARKSON VIEW – 10 Units – Fraser – Located on the East side of Utica Road, South of 15 Mile Rd. on Clarkson Drive.  This tight knit community offers convenient living close to city amenities at an affordable price point.

DEQUINDRE PROFESSIONAL CENTER – 8 Units – Troy – Located on the West side of Dequindre Road, south of Big Beaver/16 Mile Rd.  These buildings are zoned commercial/office, and are individually owned office condominiums, primarily medical and dental offices.

We sincerely hope that you find this information useful, and that any opportunity to speak with you further will result in our adding your property to this list in the near future…

Professional Affiliations

We are proud to be members in the following organizations:

Community Association Institute www.caionline.org is a national organization dedicated to fostering vibrant, competent and harmonious community associations. For more than 30 years, CAI has been the leader in providing education and resources to the volunteer homeowners who govern community associations and the professionals who support them. Our members include community association volunteer leaders, professional managers, community management firms, and other professionals and companies that provide products and services to associations.

CAI Michigan www.cai-michigan.org provides a Michigan-based resource for owners, board members, professional managers, attorneys, accountants, reserve specialists, vendors and all others who live in or work with condominium, homeowner, or property owner associations.

United Condominium Owners of Michigan www.ucomonline.org is dedicated to the interests of condominium owners in the state of Michigan, serving the growing demand for current information, guidance, and motivation for those who have adopted the condominium lifestyle.

National Association of Independent Landlords nail-usa.com provides resources such as credit checks, credit reporting, criminal checks, electronic rent payment acceptance, and forms necessary to manage investment properties.

Rochester Regional Chamber of Commerce www.rochesterregionalchamber.com is a non-profit organization with a membership base of approximately 1000 businesses ranging from sole proprietorships to Fortune 500 companies and is the principal voice of the business community in Rochester, Rochester Hills, and Oakland Township focusing on fostering a favorable business climate, and promoting orderly, progressive development for our region.

Why Hire a Management Company?

Why Hire a Professional Management Company to Manage Your Property?

Deciding whether or not your Condo or Homeowners’ Association needs a professional management company really boils down to two simple questions. First, we need to know . . .

What does a management company do?

Generally speaking, a management company administers the business affairs of the Association. This includes arranging all meetings, safeguarding minutes and other records, developing and implementing the budget, performing full-service accounting, overseeing vendors to the community, and enforcing the rules and regulations in a uniform and fair fashion.

There are many details to each of these items and each Association may want to add or subtract from the list. The management company reports to the Board of Directors, which sets policy for the association. That leads us to the second question . . .

Why can’t we do these things ourselves?

Associations sometimes can and occasionally do self-manage. Some Associations have residents (members) with the ability who are willing to dedicate the time required. This may be one individual or perhaps several. With more than one volunteer, you may be able to take advantage of the special interests and talents of each. Some volunteers are knowledgeable in landscaping and enjoy it. Others may enjoy accounting or record keeping.

Smaller associations (typically below 10 units) may in some instances find it more cost effective to manage the operations themselves rather than seeking outside professionals.

Association Board members are volunteers. Their motivation to serve is usually for the welfare of the Association. They often have families, full-time jobs or other interests and responsibilities that can keep them from providing the time required to properly manage an association on an ongoing basis. Many retirees quickly decide that retirement does not mean working full time for the Association! In larger associations, managing the business affairs of such can be a full-time job.

A professional property management company alleviates this responsibility and assumes much of the liability as well.

For the greatest degree of management success, there must be well-defined communications and reporting procedures between the Board and management.

When this is accomplished and the management company understands its parameters, continuity and synergy are established for the benefit of the Board and everyone.

Property managers are required by necessity to keep abreast of the latest developments within their profession by taking continuing education courses throughout the year. Therefore, Boards can generally rely on management companies to provide a broad depth of resources that may not be readily available to the average association and its volunteers.

Hiring an outside company relieves a Board of the burdens and rigors of daily property management. This means peace of mind for the Board and residents alike.

Choosing the right management company allows you to enjoy your home and maintain the property values of your Association.

Please contact us at your convenience should you wish to discuss the professional management of your community.