The Breakers Tailored Management Services

Read below to see success stories, content articles and additional industry resources tailored for your association.

Making a Difference. Every Day. 

For more than 25 years, FirstService Residential has served many of Texas’ premier coastal high-rise communities with a blend of specialized knowledge and industry expertise. We believe an effective association management company approaches each client with one goal in mind: to deliver unique solutions that improve property values and enhance the resident experience.

We appreciate the opportunity to learn more about the great opportunities you have at The Breakers of Galveston. We have compiled some resources that we feel may be particularly valuable to address your needs and continued success. We have one simple message: 


As a self-managed resort condominium,
you don't have to do it all alone.   


Hand-picked helpful resources for your association:

Risks & Rewards: Self-Managed Associations 
FirstService Residential 2020 COVID-19 Operational Guidelines 2.0

There’s no denying that board members are valuable. Between unexpected calls, resident grievances, maintenance requests and fiduciary responsibilities, it takes a village to keep your association running smoothly. But the good news is you don’t have to do it alone!

Would you like to hear from a board member at a currently managed community similar to your own?

Four Leaf Towers* , Houston, TX
Dan Westman, Director, High-Rise

*at the request of the Four Leaf Tower board, Dan will schedule calls/meetings with board members at this property.

I hope you have found these resources helpful. Please feel free to reach out to me with any questions you may have. I look forward to speaking with you soon and building our relationship further. Your community deserves excellence.

Warm Regards,
Tiffanie Vaughan

Market Findings:

  • Balancing Owner vs. Renter/Guest requirements:
    Buildings like yours are often challenged with meeting the long-term interests of unit owners, while ensurig a vacation style experience for short-term renters. Communicative, experienced staff and support teams are recommended to get the highest return on value for your association.

  • Managing Capital Improvements:
    Self-managed boards and staff can find it challenging to effectively manage complex projects, both financially and on a day-to-day basis. The bandwidth and specialized experience required to handle such projects may be monopolizing manager and staff attention, fostering resident dissatisfaction, and may be setting your association up for unintended financial shortfalls.

  • Staff Efficiency & Resources: 
    Efficient, knowledgeable and customer-oriented staff is critical for the smooth operation of your building. As a self-managed community, ensuring competitive compensation and adequate benefits for staff while protecting your association from risk and potential liability is often time-consuming and can draw your board into minutiae of day-to-day operations without the benefit of dedicated accounting and human resources teams.