As many of our clients likewise returned to the multi-family stage, exiting condominium development; we received a number of requests to provide multi-family management services.
Having become accustomed to Condominium Concepts Management, Inc.'s “hands on” management philosophy, timely responsiveness, and our uncanny ability to assess a market/asset, placing the right personnel, and working diligently to exceed projections and client expectations; they were confident we are the right choice.
Therefore to meet our clients’ needs, a division of Condominium Concepts Management, Inc. was created in 2007, and a dba was established under the name “Community Concepts Management”. Our executive team searched the market in an effort to identify and hire the most highly trained professionals who possessed the industry knowledge, unquenchable drive, and proven success so that they could meet and exceed the needs of our clients.
There is an extraordinary amount of crossover expertise between conventional apartment management and condominium management; as well as conversions and reversions. Our highly trained professionals have successfully developed a management program which has allowed us to merge the two and utilizes our multi-family management experience of “hands on” asset management, excellent customer service, and innovative lifestyle services, which has resulted in achieving the highest market rents possible; beating lease up projections by as much as 6-months and simply out performing our competitors.
We don’t strive to be the biggest management company in the south east nor do we strive to be the management firm who can do it all. We do strive to offer great services and end results to our clients and to build long term relationships with them enabling us both to grow and prosper and to change with the market.
Community Concepts Management, Inc. currently manages luxury communities such as 05 Buckhead, Tremont, and Berkley Heights. Most recently, our staff successfully assisted one of our clients in the disposition of Ivy Hall Condominiums; a community originally built as condominium homes but reverted to rental units due to the down turn of the market. This community was sold as a multi-family investment for above market pricing in the Atlanta market.