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Georgia Community Management (GCM) Is a professional management company providing services for homeowner associations and condo associations.


GCM offers competitive pricing compared to the peers in the industry. They have flexible service options such as Financial Only, Financial plus Covenant Inspections, or Full Service. Associations choose the level of service that is needed and fits within their budget. Ancillary fees are kept to a minimum, and GCM does not keep your Association’s late fees or fines. GSM provides the latest technology available to their associations, and does not charge any additional fees to use these services.


All managers are licensed, in good standing with the Georgia Real Estate Commission, and exceed the requirements for continued education in association management. GCM is an active member of CAI (Community Association Institute), and has achieved many certifications in management, including the highest certification of PCAM (Professional Community Association Manager). CAI also provides legal updates that impact GCM communities. They only use software that has been specifically designed for their industry, which provides efficiency, digital history, and a safeguard of association data through redundancy. Their systems are web-based, so HOA Boards have the ability to view their financial accounts and records 24/7/365. GCM also provides monthly financial reports.

Customer Service

What makes GCM different is their people-approach and culture of “care” that is integrated into everything they do. Their goal is to make HOA living simple and enjoyable through communication and providing prompt and professional responses to their clients. Their Top Shelf Service is evident when you speak to a GCM representative as you will immediately notice you are dealing with an individual who understands relationships in business and that their primary job is to assist others. Their commitment to a long term partnership is demonstrated by their simplified contract terms and service options. GCM desires to not only be your new management company, but to form a long term partnership with your community. They are so confident that you will experience the “GCM Difference” that their management contract provides a 30-day cancellation notice with or without cause.

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Products and Services:

Accounting Services including Assessment Billing, Collections, AP/AR, Month & Year End Financial Statements. Covenant Enforcement including drive thru inspections of community and Modification Requests, Annual Meeting Facilitation. Interface with Association Vendors, etc. Board and Homeowner Support.

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2120 Highway 81

Loganville , GA 30052

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