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Community Management Group goes above and beyond to benefit local communities


Nov. 18, 2011                                                   

  Community Management Group goes above and beyond to benefit local communities

Founder Courtney Murphy a longtime Las Vegan dedicated to the community


LAS VEGAS – For Courtney Murphy, managing Southern Nevada’s communities is more than just a job; it’s about giving back to the community in which she grew up.


Murphy’s family moved to Las Vegas when she was in the second grade, back to the place where her mom was born and raised.


In 2009, Murphy established Community Management Group to provide ethical, quality management services to Southern Nevada’s numerous communities. Under Murphy’s leadership and watchful eye, the company has grown to managing more than 60 local communities.


The company works with HOA board members, vendors and residents to balance fiscal responsibility, cutting edge technology, homeowner education and a positive atmosphere for all the communities it serves. Backed by years of industry experience and dozens of certifications, the CMG team delivers exceptional customer service while partnering with communities to assist in decisions to maintain their property values and ensure the preservation of the association’s financial health.


Beyond managing the day-to-day business for community associations, CMG helps educate board members on an ongoing basis. The company recently offered a legislative update class, open to all board members to educate them on changes in laws and regulations that will directly affect their communities. In addition to courses like this one, CMG offers training to board members at no cost to help them read and understand their community financial statements. Offering this guidance has allowed two of CMG’s communities to reduce assessment costs in the last two years. CMG also helps communities get financial support through grants to cover the cost of repairs, which helps with the overall property value.


“Communities put a lot of trust in us when they bring us on as their management company,” Murphy said. “That trust is something we take very seriously, and it’s our mission to do the best job possible for each community we work with.”


Because of this, each CMG manager’s portfolio does not exceed 10 associations or 3,000 units, as smaller portfolios allows managers to devote appropriate time and attention to each association he or she manages.


Additionally, Murphy has created an office culture of giving back to the community they serve. The company’s staff regularly takes part in local nonprofit fundraising events, most recently participating in the Dragon Boat Race on Lake Las Vegas.


“It’s because of the community that our company exists,” Murphy said. “As a staff, we feel it’s our duty to give back to the community as much as possible.”


For more information on Community Management Group, visit http://www.cmg-hoa.com/, call 702-942-2500, or follow the company on Facebook at www.facebook.com/CMGlv.  




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