Providing Superior Management Services to
Maryland Condominium and Community Associations
Since 1975, Condominium Venture, Inc. (CVI) has established itself as one of the most highly respected and sought after condominium and community association management firms in Maryland. Our knowledge of the industry, excellent communications, attention to detail, and personal attention has kept over 80% of our clients with us long term. At CVI, we value and respect our team members, which has translated to an experienced, veteran team available to service the associations in our portfolio.
CVI’s unique approach to management has allowed us to provide superior management services to our clients for more than 40 years. Our company’s portfolio is scaled in such a way that each of our team members has the time and ability to develop personal relationships with each client. Our team approach to management ensures that multiple staff members are available to handle day-to-day tasks and projects, and provide supervision and support as they work to accomplish our clients’ objectives. We offer expert financial and operational management services that exceed the level of service offered by any other firm in our area. In addition, we believe that solving problems proactively and keeping board members and owners informed with consistent communications is the basis for maintaining good relationships.
CVI keeps its finger on the pulse of the constantly changing association management industry. Our management team participates in continuing education and holds professional credentials including active membership in Community Associations Institute (CAl). Our team’s certifications and designations include: Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM), Association Management Specialist (AMS), and Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA). In addition, our firm holds the Accredited Association Management Company (AAMC) designation which sets it apart from many management firms in the area.
Did You Know
Maryland law requires homeowners association and condominium owners to disclose specific information regarding the community and their property upon resale including, but not limited to, all official association documents, covenants and restrictions, a statement of fees and/or assessments of the association, a statement of any outstanding rule violations, and more.