Property Manager

Florida Condo Property Manager

Florida condo property managers, sometimes called LCAMs, or licensed community association managers include the companies and individuals hired by condo associations to manage condominium property.

Duties of a property manager can vary and often include:

  • Managing association vendors
  • Ordering maintenance and repair work for association property and assets
  • Finding qualified and licensed contractors for the association
  • Handling accounting functions such as collection of assessments, payment of bills, preparation of financial reports
  • Sending emails to unit owners about association events, repairs, and other association news
  • Handling association paperwork
  • Inspecting association assets
  • Dealing with unit owner compliance with governing documents, rules, and regulations

Note that these duties are for the condo association.

The property manager is, generally, either a contractor providing services to the condo association or an employee of the condo association.


Generally, property managers do not provide "concierge" types of services directly to unit owners.

Some Florida condo buyers wish they had better understood the types of service available or not available from property managers. This seems to be particularly true for first time condo owners or buyers that are looking for assisted living types of services.

Prospective Florida condo buyers should, if they don't understand property management services, engage licensed and reputable attorneys and advisors to guide their buying decision.

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