Board Members

Property management is a balancing act. When you lead your community on a path to change, every decision is an important one. With competing priorities, juggling it all as a community leader can seem complex. But it doesn’t have to be.

At FirstService Residential, we have the expertise and solutions to anticipate needs and respond – no matter the property type. With our professional scale, we provide tools that can make your budget go further. And our service-first philosophy means we don’t stop until what’s complicated becomes uncomplicated. To make life, simplified.

Large-scale and lifestyle master-planned communities

More than a neighborhood, communities with 500 residences or more, featuring amenities such as a clubhouse, tennis or pickleball centers, clubs and social programming, and often multiple sub-associations, have complex needs. Board members can rely on FirstService’s professional scale and experience to manage the moving parts of master-planned lifestyle communities – from expert financial guidance to facility management to curating experiences for residents and their guests to enjoy.

Single-family homes, townhomes, low-rise, and mid-rise communities

Residential communities with limited amenities may not have the option to hire a dedicated manager on site, yet need daily support from a property management team that is nimble, flexible, responsive, and versatile. Our portfolio management services were designed especially for these properties.

As a board member, you can rest assured that FirstService Residential managers are knowledgeable, accessible, and committed to simplifying community life.

Luxury high-rise properties

Buildings with a front desk, elevated amenities, and a full-time management office need a highly coordinated, service-obsessed team. At FirstService Residential, we employ our expertise to manage the many moving parts inherent to a luxury high-rise. Our extensive experience in vertical living extends to a suite of amenities and curated experiences that residents and guests will appreciate, meeting the demands of those who expect an elevated lifestyle.

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Arizona HOA Board Members - FirstService Residential