What do we do?
HOA and Condo Association Management
Fiscal Management, Administrative Services, Asset/Reserve Management, Compliance Enforcement, Architectural Review Process, and HOA Consulting.
Private Utilities Management
Ensure your billings are timely, your accounts are accurate, and your financial reports are a comprehensive record of the financial activities of the utility. Provide full support to the Boards of Directors and utility operators to keep the day-to-day operations of the systems moving forward.
Take advantage of the expertise of the team with the most experience and the highest standards and credentials in the region. We have the resources, experience and expertise usher you through transition to owner control.
Why Partner With Us?
The only accedited management company in Idaho
Association Services, Inc. (ASI), is currently the only Accedited Association Mangement Company (AAMC) in the state. Also members of Community Association Institute (CAI), a prestigious, international organization that maintains a strict code of professional standards and ethics.
Over 50 Years of experience
Our dedicated team has more than 50 years of HOA management experience, established since 2006, and they work hard to help you make your community the best it can be.
Bonded & Insured
Members of Community Association Institute (CAI), a prestigious, international organization that maintains a strict code of professional standards and ethics.
80+ clients that are complex mixed-use communities with amenities such as marinas, clubhouses, parks, gates and water utilities.
Founded by entrepreneur Sherry Lenarz, our company has been assisting Community Associations, aka HOAs, throughout the region since 2006. We have earned a reputation as a strategic partner among Boards of Directors by remaining focused on association management only, ranging from newly developing communities to those that are far more mature. Among our 80+ clients are complex mixed-use communities with amenities such as marinas, clubhouses, parks, gates and water utilities. Read More
Years in Business
Years of Experience
What Our HOA’s Say
I was the president of two Mill River homeowner’s associations when they went from developer control to homeowner control. One was managed by ASI and the other fired its management company and hired ASI. ASI staff is highly qualified and professionally ensures all the association’s controlling documents and laws are followed. In addition, they offer an a la carte type of contract that allows each association to choose the level of service it desires. Finally, we never had a kerfuffle that did not get resolved when we called Sherry. Great organization!
Our HOA has had a relationship with ASI for several years and have always received prompt and professional service. If you are looking for a property management company that will provide excellent service to your Board of Directors, Architectural Review Committee or Homeowners, look no further.
Their team is extremely knowledgeable of state and federal laws pertaining to HOA’s and does an excellent job with fiscal management, budgeting, dues billing /collections and responding to homeowner inquiries/concerns.
What is a “Management Company” and what do they do?
A management company is contracted by the Board of Directors to provide such services as: Collection of assessments, supervision of subcontractors, obtaining bids for subcontracted services, providing financial statements and collection reports, assist with annual board meetings, election of new officers, etc. The management company reports directly to the Board of Directors and all decisions are made by the majority vote of the Board.
What should I look for in an Association Manager?
An Association Manager is your resource for better understanding your community and it’s governance. You should feel comfortable and confident that your Association Manager will hear your concerns, investigate them, and get back to you in a timely manner with a well-researched response. A quality manager will have a thorough knowledge of your community’s governing documents and maintenance obligations and do their best to communicate those factors to owners and Board members while conducting themselves with an unbiased and professional demeanor.
Is Association Services accepting new communities?
Fill out the REQUEST PROPOSAL form to see if we are accepting new clients and if we would be a good fit.