Thursday, May 14, 2015

AMG Sponsors NC Bar Association Foundation Real Property Section Annual Meeting in Pinehurst

It’s said, succeeding in business is all about making connections. AMG, Association Management Group, one of the Carolinas’ largest professional homeowners association managers, recently connected with attorneys specializing in commercial and residential real estate law. They sponsored a portion of the 2015 Real Property Section Annual Meeting, a part of the NC Bar Association Foundation Continuing Legal Education division. The Pinehurst, NC event brought together attorneys from across the state to learn about the latest developments in their industry: from construction law issues including lien filings and waivers to how to make a title insurance claim to modifications to the new Planned Community Act. And, thanks to AMG’s booth, they learned the company, a leading management firm focused on helping communities build effective homeowner associations, partners with attorneys to enhance residents’ experience and improve property values.  

AMG President Paul Mengert, who trains community association managers across the US for the Community Associations Institute and has led classes for NC attorneys, says that, participation in an events like the Real Property Section Annual Meeting is key to success–of attorneys and AMG. “AMG is proud to interact with the NC Bar Association to help community associations offer their members the most effective business management and legal services,” he states. “In the attorney-oriented courses I teach, I focus on the strength and power of teamwork. Teamwork can lead to a better result for the client. By leveraging our expertise in managing and training community associations (homeowner, condominium) for other organizations such as boards of directors, managers, attorneys and Certified Public Accountants, we help them understand how communities and group decision-making work and support them in creating the best solutions for clients. It’s a win-win for everyone.” 

AMG’s successful track record in homeowner association management is paying off for the legal community in the form of dynamic and interesting training sessions. “I have personally experienced AMG's highly effective approach for working with small groups of people that share a common interest,” says Dwight A. Ensley, JD, MBA, BBA, CVA and North Carolina Licensed Attorney and Certified Business Valuator of Greensboro’s, business valuation analysts. “AMG's unique method can help groups to analyze situations, build consensus and effectively solve problems.” Carolyn Woodruff of Woodruff Family Law Group, family law and divorce attorneys, agrees AMG brings a lot to the table in terms of understanding group dynamics. “AMG has more than 30 years of experience and offices across the Carolinas. I encourage my colleagues to recommend and/or consult with AMG.”

AMG looks forward to participating in more events–as a vendor and an educator. 

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