Thursday, July 23, 2015

President of Greensboro/Winston-Salem HOA Management Company, Association Management Group, Selected by Community Associations Institute (CAI) to Lead Advanced Class in Houston, TX

(GREENSBORO, WINSTON-SALEM, NC) Paul Mengert, President of AMG, Association Management Group, one of the Carolinas’ largest professional homeowners association managers with five offices in North and South Carolina, has been invited by Community Associations Institute (CAI) to lead an advanced class in community association management in Houston, Texas.  Mengert, who has taught classes for CAI in nearly every state in the US for more than a decade, will lead a continuing education session on management company administration for his peers in the industry, experienced association management company managers and senior executives.  The class is designed to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of a community association management company and will include topics such as budgeting, management ethics, contracts and team recruitment, training and retention.

Mengert, a "thought leader" in homeowner association management and whose company is considered a national standard-bearer in the industry for best practices and technology, has taught dozens of both introductory and senior level courses through the years. His other teaching credits include presentations on association law at Wake Forest University School of Law in Winston-Salem and Elon Law School in Greensboro as well as a business class at Queens University McColl School of Business in Charlotte sponsored by the Harvard Business School Alumni Association

“Our goal at AMG is to ensure community and homeowner associations and their member residents receive high quality, consistent service and equitable treatment,” Mengert said. “By focusing on operational excellence and best practices in this advanced class, we help our colleagues in association management deliver superior service to their HOA clients. We take our responsibility to set the standard and make the job of association directors easier and more efficient very seriously because, ultimately, it leads to a quality experience for association owners and helps create strong, healthy communities.”   

A former President of the Carolinas Chapter of CAI, the classes Mengert teaches about homeowners associations are approved for continuing education credits by the North Carolina Board of Realtors, the California Department of Real Estate, the Nevada Department of Real Estate, the Florida Bureau of Condominiums, the Georgia Department of Real Estate and the South Carolina Department of Real Estate. He also presents programs for NC attorneys and CPAs on teamwork and group decision-making for win-win organizational solutions. On the national front, he received a Congressional appointment to serve on the US Small Business Council and was a USAID housing sector advisor to Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan in the former Soviet Union. His team developed strategies for privatizing government housing and helped form thousands of new homeowners associations.

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