Beacon Management Reveals New, Revamped Website

Beacon Management Services announced the launch of its newly revamped and mobile friendly website. This newly redesigned website offers quick and easy access to essential information that offer a greater understanding of the Company's innovative services.  The website also has a section for consumers that provides helpful questions and answers about the management industry. The new website has a clean uncluttered design, improved functionality... Continue Reading →

A Beautiful Good Bye

  Beacon Management employee, Sarah Hatfield, said good bye to the Windsor Over Peachtree condominium where she was the beloved assistant manager.   Fans of Ms. Hatfield attended a going away party in her honor and even created this touching video tribute to the young lady who served them graciously for two years.  Sarah moves to a... Continue Reading →

Beacon Management Services Chosen to Manage Several Large Masterplanned Communities

Beacon Management Services, a leading real estate management company, was recently selected to oversee several upscale residential homeowner associations throughout metro Atlanta. The Enclave at the Golf Club of Georgia – a gated community within the Windward development located adjacent to the famed Alpharetta golf course. Established in 1990, the Club has made an impressive statement both... Continue Reading →

Self Managing Your Community Association Can Be as Risky as Harrison Ford Navigating a Plane

Sorry. For the record, I'm disclosing that I'm biased in my opinion about self managed community associations.   Unashamedly.  Unapologetically.  There I said it. It's  hard not to take a stand when I see the potential repercussions from a homeowner or condominium association taking on the challenges, responsibilities, and yes, the liabilities, that come with overseeing a non profit corporation which is exactly... Continue Reading →

There are two components of a reserve study—a physical analysis and a financial analysis. During the physical analysis, a reserve provider evaluates information regarding the physical status and repair/replacement cost of the association’s major common area components. To do so, the provider conducts a component inventory, a condition assessment, and life and valuation estimates. A... Continue Reading →

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