Middle Tennessee's
Homeowners Association
Management Expert

Fostering a Sense of Neighborhood

Through collaboration and service, we are transforming communities.


We work hard to promote a sense of neighborhood through communication and prompt service. We can help you ensure that every owner takes pride in their community.


We have experience to handle the diverse features of a townhome community and offer services to surpassed the boards’ goals.


We understand that each community is different and unique. That is why we are flexible in our management style.

Middle Tennessee's Homeowners Association Management Expert

Welcome to Association Management of Middle Tennessee, your trusted partner in HOA management. We are the experts in providing comprehensive and professional services to homeowners associations in the Middle Tennessee area.

With years of experience in the industry, we understand the unique needs and challenges that come with managing a homeowners association. Our team of dedicated professionals is committed to providing exceptional service and support to ensure the success and satisfaction of your community

We pride ourselves on building strong relationships with board members and homeowners, fostering open communication, and providing timely and accurate information. Our team is always available to address any concerns or questions you may have, and we strive to exceed your expectations in every aspect of our service.

Discover how Association Management of Middle Tennessee can elevate your property management experience. We look forward to partnering with you to create a thriving and well-managed homeowners association. Contact us today to learn more about our services and how we can assist you in achieving your community’s goals.

Why Choose a Property Management Company for Your HOA community?

Many housing development boards are turning to property management companies to streamline operations and strengthen property values. This strategic decision is driven by the desire to save time, improve owner relations, and support the Board with their obligations and responsibilities.

and Experience

Property management companies have extensive knowledge and experience in managing properties and HOAs. They understand the legal requirements, financial aspects, and operational procedures involved in running an HOA effectively. Their expertise can help the HOA board make informed decisions and avoid potential pitfalls.


Property management companies can act as mediators in resolving conflicts and disputes within the HOA. They can provide a neutral perspective, facilitate communication between homeowners, and help find mutually agreeable solutions. This can help maintain a harmonious community environment.

Legal & Regulatory

Property management companies stay updated with the latest laws and regulations related to HOAs. They can ensure that the HOA is in compliance with all legal requirements, such as filing necessary paperwork, adhering to fair housing laws, and following proper procedures for board meetings and elections.

Time Savings

Property management companies can handle the day-to-day administrative tasks of an HOA, such as collecting dues, maintaining records, and managing correspondence. This frees up the HOA board's time and allows them to focus on more strategic matters

Cost Efficiency

Property management companies often have established relationships with trusted vendors, contractors, and service providers. They can leverage these connections to obtain competitive pricing, quality services, and timely responses for any maintenance or repair needs of the HOA.

Financial Management

Property management companies can handle the financial aspects of an HOA, including budgeting, accounting, and financial reporting. They can ensure that dues are collected on time, bills are paid promptly, and financial records are accurate and transparent

Frequently Asked Questions(FAQs)

A property management company is responsible for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the HOA, including financial management, maintenance and repairs, enforcing community rules and regulations, and facilitating communication between the board and residents.
You can contact the property management company through their designated phone number, email address, or log on to an owners portal. Emergency contact information should also be provided for urgent matters outside of regular office hours.

You can report maintenance issues or request repairs by logging onto the owners portal or contacting the property management company directly. They will assess the situation and coordinate with the appropriate vendors or contractors to address the issue in a timely manner.

HOA fees are typically determined by the HOA governing documents, and are based on the community’s budget and expenses. The property management company is responsible for collecting these fees from residents, either through online payment portals or mail

The property management company can provide you with the necessary forms and guidelines for submitting architectural or landscaping requests. They will review the request and ensure it complies with the community’s rules and regulations before forwarding it to the HOA board for approval. Our owners portal can also provide this information.

The property management company can provide you with information on how to access community amenities, such as pools, gyms, or clubhouses. They can also assist with reserving common areas for events or gatherings, if applicable and via the portal 

The property management company typically assists with organizing and facilitating HOA meetings. They may help prepare meeting agendas, distribute meeting notices, and provide administrative support during the meetings.
The property management company may distribute newsletters, emails, or post updates on the community’s website or social media platforms. They can also provide information on how to sign up for community-wide communication platforms or forums.

If you have a dispute or complaint within the community, you should first contact the property management company to discuss the issue. They can guide you on the appropriate steps to take, which may involve mediation or involving the HOA board.

Property inspections may vary depending on the community’s needs and regulations. The property management company can provide information on the frequency of inspections and any specific guidelines residents should be aware of.