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Mixed-Use Association Management

RealManage is dedicated to providing tailored services for mixed-use communities, catering to their unique needs. Our comprehensive suite of board and meeting management services offers invaluable support to new board members, equipping them with orientation and conflict resolution expertise, ensuring the seamless functioning of your mixed-use community.

At RealManage, we place a premium on responsiveness, swiftly addressing inquiries and concerns to maintain the highest service standards. Our services encompass a wide range, from orchestrating meeting agendas and delivering electronic meeting materials to offering flexible scheduling options, all aimed at enhancing the efficiency of your board meetings.

For annual assemblies, we handle the task of maintaining up-to-date attendance records, issuing notices and proxy statements, and assisting in facilitating meetings when necessary. We are committed to promoting transparency by providing comprehensive reports and making meeting minutes easily accessible to all stakeholders.

Additionally, our advanced service provider relationship management system optimizes vendor relationships, ensuring your mixed-use community benefits from cost-effective and dependable services. We also simplify amenity and access control management, guaranteeing the security and convenience of your residents.

With RealManage as your trusted partner, your mixed-use community's operations are expertly organized, streamlined, and optimized, allowing you to focus on creating the perfect living environment for your residents.

What is a Mixed-Use Community Association?

A mixed-use community association is often what we call a live-work type of neighborhood. These types of communities are usually in an urban setting that blends residential condominiums and commercial elements such as restaurants, bars, and retail. Described as "vertical development," mixed-use condo associations reduce urban sprawl and attract people to live closer to downtown dining, shopping, and events. The key to mixed-use success is public transportation and walkable cities.

HOA management companies have a wealth of experience and talent covering the full range of challenges that mixed-use associations face. The HOA board of directors can rest assured that when they find themselves up against an issue, they can reach out to their management company for the guidance they need.


  • GAAP – based financial and benchmarking reports
  • Instant access to all relevant information from any device at anytime
  • Collections management process that lowers delinquency rates
  • Extensive cloud-based knowledge management system
  • Extended-hours, multi lingual service 7:30 am-7:30 pm (Central)
  • Most calls answered quickly with no re-routing


  • Cloud-based Board, Resident, Closing and Attorney Portals
  • 24x7 access to all community information
  • Online and offline automated deed restriction enforcement
  • Online payments, bank reports, balances and documents
  • System alerts to notify employees of issues
  • Automated workflow wizards for task routing and approvals


  • LSM's, PCAM®’s, CMCA®’s, AMS®’s and state certified Community Association managers
  • Degreed Accountants and Certified Public Accountants (CPAs)
  • Experienced and professional:
    – On-site Management staff
    -  Resident Service Advisors
    – Technology staff
    – Industry Executives
    – Newsletter publishers
    – Events managers

HOA Management Services

HOA (Homeowners Association) management services are professional services provided to assist and support homeowners associations in managing and maintaining residential communities. HOA management services play a crucial role in helping these associations fulfill their responsibilities effectively.

Condominium Management

A Condominium Owner's Association is comprised of condominium owners. Condominium owners own their individual units and have joint ownership of the building and grounds with other units. COA fees not only cover common areas but the fees also cover building repairs and maintenance.

Master-Planned Communities

A master-planned community typically consists of more than one residential community association and usually has numerous amenities such as pools, a clubhouse, parks, playgrounds, and could possibly even include commercial elements such as restaurants.

Mixed-Use Associations

A mixed-use community association, often referred to as a live-work neighborhood, represents a dynamic and innovative approach to urban planning and community development. The integration of residential condominiums and commercial elements creates a harmonious and multifaceted environment that fosters a unique sense of community and convenience for its residents.

On-Site Community Management

On-site community association management refers to a type of homeowners association (HOA) management where the management company or manager physically works from within the community or at a dedicated on-site office within the community itself. This means that the management staff is present within the community they are responsible for.

New Residential Development & Builder Services

Community association management services offered to new residential developers and builders typically encompass a range of support and expertise tailored to the specific needs of these developers as they establish and transition control of homeowners associations (HOAs) in newly built residential communities.

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