[Associa PCM] – Associa Professional Community Management is looking forward to a prosperous 2016 after coming off a year in which 15 new local community associations chose the firm as its managing agent. To further enhance client growth opportunities this year, PCM partnered with Brookfield Residential, a national land developer and homebuilding company.
“We were proud of last years’ success and now with this new Brookfield partnership we have already begun management of four new neighborhoods that will be comprised of more than 5,000 homes after development is complete,” says Associa PCM Vice President of Business Development Wendy Bucknum.” “I’m proud to work along-side a development company that shares Associa ideals about helping communities achieve their vision.”
The four new communities now managed by Associa PCM include: Five Knolls in Santa Clarita, New Haven at Ontario Ranch, El Paseo in Lake Forest and Spencer’s Crossing in Murrieta. In addition to the growing partnership with Brookfield, Associa PCM has upgraded its technology with its recent conversion to C3 (Complete Control for Communities). C3 is a powerful, comprehensive, and integrated management database program that gives communities ultimate control and reporting power over their data.
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About Brookfield Residential
Brookfield Residential Southern California (Los Angeles and San Diego), a division of Brookfield Residential, is committed to being more than a homebuilder. We strive to create the best places to call home. The Brookfield Residential Southern California (Los Angeles and San Diego) team has the passion, the expertise and the local knowledge to craft homes and neighborhoods that speak to homebuyers at every stage of life. We are an award-winning homebuilder and industry leader with an exceptional reputation for quality, design, and customer service.
Brookfield Residential Properties Inc. is a leading land developer and homebuilder in North America. We entitle and develop land to create master-planned communities, sell lots to third-party builders, and operate our own home building division. We also participate in select, strategic real estate opportunities, including infill projects, mixed-use developments, and joint ventures. We are the flagship North American residential property company of Brookfield Asset Management, a leading global alternative asset manager with approximately $225 billion of assets under management. Further information is available at www.BrookfieldResidential.com or www.Brookfield.com.
Building and managing successful communities for more than 35 years, Associa is the worldwide leader in community management with over 10,000 employees operating more than 180 branch offices in the United States, Mexico, Canada, the United Arab Emirates and South Africa. Based in Dallas, Texas, our industry expertise, financial strength, and innovation meet the unique needs of clients across the world with customized services and solutions designed to help communities achieve their vision. To learn more about Associa and its charitable organization, Associa Cares, go to www.associaonline.com or www.associacares.com.
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