Incline Consultants Association Management, LLC., provides professional HOA management services in the following counties:
Los Angeles County
Our management company was formed by an experienced group of professionals in the management of common interest developments. Our goal is to provide quality service to community associations at an affordable price. With over 30 years combined experience in the property management industry, Incline Consultants Association Management, LLC., can provide your Association with the high-level service you deserve.
Incline Consultants Association Management, LLC., provides a 24-hour, 365 days a year on-call emergency service, with an experienced property manager familar with your Association.
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The after hour emergency number is 909-635-8935.
Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB) is a 17-year old independent board that sets the standards for community association managers worldwide.
CAMICB (formerly NBC-CAM) administers the Certified Manager of Community Associations® (CMCA) examination, a rigorous, three-hour test that measures managers' knowledge of community management best practices. Passing the CMCA examination and maintaining the standards of the CMCA certification is proof that a manager is knowledgeable, ethical and professional. CMCA-certified managers have the skills to safeguard the assets of homeowners' associations, giving homeowners peace of mind and protecting home values. The CMCA credential is accredited by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA) which means it complies with NCCA’s stringent international standards for a professional certification program. NCCA accreditation provides independent validation that the CMCA program meets or exceeds twenty-one standards concerning various aspects of the certification program including its purpose, structure, governance, psychometric foundation, policies and procedures. Accreditation validates the integrity of the CMCA program and is a mark of quality.
Frances Diggs has met the education and examination standards established by NBC-CAM and has agreed to abide by the Standards of Professional Conduct for a Certified Manager of Community Association since 8/1/1996.
Frances Diggs also has acheived the designation of AMS. The Association Management Specialist (AMS) designation says a lot about community managers who have earned this highly respected credential. It says they have the training and knowledge required to provide professional service to their community association clients. It says they understand the nature, importance and unique challenges of community association management. It says they are committed to excellence and continuing education. Employing a manager who has earned an AMS means you are committed to preserving the character of your community, protecting property values and meeting the expectations of your owners. Earning an AMS credential requires a personal and professional commitment to self-improvement, with AMS candidates required to: Have at least two years verified experience in financial, administrative and facilities management. Pass an exam administered by the Community Association Managers International Certification Board (CAMICB). Successful completion of the exam is required to earn the Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) credential. Successfully complete at least two of the following courses offered by Community Associations Institute: Facilities Management, Association Communications, Community Leadership, Community Governance, Risk Management and Financial Management. Re-designate every three years by meeting continuing education requirements.
The experience and education required to earn and maintain the AMS credential means a community manager has the practical knowledge and training to provide reliable management services in many, if not all, of the following competencies: Working with board members and residents. Preparing budgets and financial reports. Performing site inspections. Enforcing association rules. Understanding critical legal obligations. Selecting and supervising contractors. Understanding insurance requirements. Directing association employees and volunteers. Communicating with residents. Collaborating with local officials. Building a strong sense of community importantly, every AMS recipient must abide by the strict code of conduct outlined by CAI’s Professional Manager Code of Ethics. Managers found to have violated the code face revocation of their designation.