Why We’re Different

 

  1. Coast has been in business since 1987 making us one of the most experienced property management firms in Southern California.

 

  1. Our staff is supervised by a highly experienced homeowner association and real estate attorney who is available to provide legal advice whenever it is needed.

 

  1. Coast provides first-rate accounting, payroll, and tax return services, utilizing state of the art software, and most importantly, all of the accounting checks and balances required to protect our clients that are usually not available from small management companies, or those operated by close family members.

 

  1. Our in-house attorneys provide regular training sessions in order to keep our staff knowledgeable about all relevant aspects of managing properties.

 

  1. While we are not in the construction business, we have an experienced general contractor on our staff that is available to consult with our property supervisors. Michael Chulak was licensed as a general contractor in 1979 and has extensive experience.

 

  1. We have a strict no-conflict policy which means that we receive no revenue on any of the maintenance or construction services that we recommend to our clients.

 

  1. Approximately 10 times each year, Coast provides valuable, relevant information to our homeowner association and apartment building clients. All of the information is reviewed and approved by our in-house legal counsel.

 

  1. net has a highly experienced insurance administrator on staff that is available to consult with our management staff and clients. There is no additional cost to our clients for this valuable service.

 

  1. Our firm has a collection division that focuses on the collection of delinquent homeowner association assessments and rents. Our collection division is headed by an attorney with extensive experience.

 

  1. net is licensed by the California Department of Real Estate, making us one of only a small group of licensed HOA management companies in Southern California.

 

  1. The President of Coast became a Certified Property Manager (CPM®) in 1979. Most of our managers have professional designations and all are required to take continuing education courses continuously in relevant property management subjects.

 

  1. All new homeowner association clients are offered a free HOA board training seminar, conducted by HOA attorney Michael Chulak that would ordinarily cost in excess of $ 1,500.

 

  1. All new homeowner association clients are provided a free legal review and analysis of their association’s CC&Rs by an HOA attorney with written recommendations. This would ordinarily cost in excess of $ 1,500.

 

As you can see, CoastManagement.net is different and will make a difference in the management of your property.

 

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