New Business Acquisition

August 1, 2021: We are very excited to announce our recent acquisition of Premiere Management Group LLC into the Partners family and look forward to meeting our newest members. As part of this acquisition, we are thrilled to have Patricia Rosia as part of our team. Patricia will serve as Sr. Vice President of Management Services and she will oversee our Orange County division. Patricia's presence will also provide a seamless transition for our new communities. Welcome everyone!

New Business Acquisition

Mar 1 2020: We have acquired SK Management and look forward to welcoming our new associations and their members into the Partners family of communities. As part of this acquisition, we are excited to announce that Cynthia Croy, CMCA, AMS and Carmen Harper, CMCA, AMS will be joining our team as community managers and will continue serving their respective communties.

New Business Acquisition

Sept 1 2019: We're very excited to announce our recent acquisition of Top Notch Management Services and look forward to meeting our new members and welcoming our new communities into the Partners family.


How To Handle Conflicts Between Residents

Conflicts are never fun to deal with. However, in communities, they are an unfortunate part of life. There are bound to be disagreements when many individuals live near each other.

While you cannot stop conflict from occurring between your residents, there are things you can do to keep an issue from escalating. Conflict resolution skills are crucial for community association Boards and community management companies and, in this article, we will teach you how to handle conflicts between your residents.

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5 Ways to Build a Community That Cares

In an era where digital interactions often overshadow face-to-face connections, building a community that genuinely cares has become increasingly challenging yet crucial. For community associations, a more caring population means greater contentment and more engagement from all homeowners and residents.

Yet, how can a board create a community that cares? In the rest of this guide, we explain the top tips for doing just that. So, keep reading, and you will soon notice a marked change in your community.

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How To Communicate Effectively With Your Residents

Effective communication is one of the building blocks of a strong community. This is especially true if you run an HOA, condominium association, townhome association, mid-rise/high-rise building, mixed-use community, or commercial property. The more residents you have, the more you need to concentrate on communicating effectively with them.

But why is effective communication so important, and how can you increase your skills?

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Tips To Keep Your Community Safe

One of the most important responsibilities of a community association Board of directors is to keep their community safe. Yet, HOA board members may feel overwhelmed by this responsibility or worry that they do not know the best way to do this.

This is where we can help! Use the tips below to start increasing the safety and security of your community today.

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How To Choose a Great HOA Board

The HOA Board is key to a community's success. A great HOA Board works collaboratively, prioritizes the community's well-being, and operates transparently. Yet, to ensure you have the best HOA Board possible, you must choose the right members.

HOA Board members are volunteers and come from the HOA community. Some Board members are experienced and some are novices. You need a fool-proof system to ensure you choose the right people to represent your HOA. The following tips will help you choose a great HOA Board.

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How To Prepare Your Community For Spring

Southern California is beautiful in springtime! Spring is a season of renewal and regrowth..a time for doing those things you've been putting off while waiting for warm, sunny days. Spring is also a great time to bring your community together to foster community spirit!

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The phone call wakes you from a sound sleep at 3 a.m. There has been a fire at your property. Everybody got out safely but there is severe damage to your building. Now what???

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SENATE BILL 323 - Analysis

Governor Newsom recently signed into law Senate Bill 323. This bill encompasses many topics, each of which are vitally important to you as a Board Member and/or Homeowner. In the link below, you'll find valuable information about each part of the bill, as well as a translation of how that particular part of the bill affects your Association, with a recommendation as to what you need to do to protect your Association. The topics covered include: Email Privacy, Email Opt-Out, Election Inspector Confusion, Election Inspectors, Incentives Removed (Voting Rights), Non-Owner Directors, Director Qualifications, Director Removal, New Election Timeline...all of which will result in higher costs for your Association and could expose you to litigation. Please make sure to read this very important information from Davis-Stirling. If you have any questions, we're just a phone call away at (626) 529-3918 or you can email us at:" target="_blank">

SENATE BILL 326 - Analysis - "Structural Integrity Inspections"

Senate Bill 326 will become effective in 2025 and affects condominium associations by requiring them to conduct visual inspections of load-bearing components six feet above ground and that are supported substantially by wood (balconies). Although requirements of this bill won't begin for five years, this will give Associations ample time to be proactive and avoid special assessments. We suggest meeting with your reserve study specialists now to determine an appropriate amount to set aside. Please make sure to read this very important information from Davis-Stirling by clicking on the link below, then scrolling down to "Structural Integrity Inspections". If you have any additional questions, we're just a phone call away at (626) 529-3918 or you can email us at:

Transparency, safety, and community are all hallmarks of their practice - we can't say enough good things about Partners!


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