New web directory in the HOA industry aims to help board members make informed management decisions and find the right management companies.
Online PR News – 15-April-2010 – – Atlanta, GA - After months of planning and development, HOA Management Directory has now been officially launched for public use. The website, http://www.hoamanagementdirectory.com, is intended to aid homeowners association board members in the decision making process for choosing a management company. The web directory offers educational information as well as a number of features designed to connect homeowners with potential management solutions. Built specifically for the HOA industry, the site only lists service providers who offer services within that niche.
As part of HOA Management Directory’s vow to make life easier for board members, the offering of features includes things like geographic search, multiple listings on single page view, and the ability to contact firms directly from the site.
“We wanted to create a valuable resource for the people involved in all aspects of homeowners association management, from homeowners to professionals,” said the CEO and co-founder of HOA Management Directory. “Being from the industry myself, I fully understand how much time can be spent choosing a management strategy. Anything we can do to help save people time is worth the effort.”
HOA Management Directory’s website is completely free to use, and management companies can have their listings posted for a small fee, provided they meet the necessary criteria. Detailed listing information is available on the website, or by directly contacting HOA Management Directory.
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About HOA Management Directory:
HOA Management Directory was founded in 2008 and has been under development until the recent public launch. The service is quickly becoming recognized as a valuable resource for board members and community association management companies, making it easier for both parties to connect with each other.