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Ashley Dietz Gray, VP Marketing Dec 3, 2021 2 min read

Does the Board Lose Control? - Self-Management to Professional Management Transformation Series

We recently had the pleasure of hosting a round table discussion with three Presidents of Condominium Associations in South Florida who moved from self-management to professional management with Campbell Property Management.

The three hi-rises we hosted were:

  • Seagate Towers in Delray Beach
  • Sky Harbour East in Fort Lauderdale 
  • The Carlton in Boca Raton

All three started with Campbell in 2019, so we thought it would be great to check in two years later and discuss the transformation they each experienced over the first two years of professional management with Campbell Property Management.

The round table discussion covered various topics including:

  • The reason for considering the change from self-management to professional management
  • The selection process
  • Overcoming objections from owners
  • Changes in management and services
  • How their role as a Board Member has changed

This is the first in a series of posts that will include short excerpts covering the above topics and more from the full video recording of the round table discussion. The full panel discussion can be watched here.

In this week’s video, the discussion is focused on: Fear of losing control or a sense of community if the association moved to professional management. After making the switch to Campbell, each association felt they were gaining more control, a greater sense of community, and better relationships with their employees.

To lean more, please click the play button below to watch: "Gaining More Control - Self-Management to Professional Management".

To read the second post in this series, titled "The Selection Process: Self-Management to Professional Management Transformation Series", click here.

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Ashley Dietz Gray, VP Marketing

I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Florida Atlantic University in 2010 with my BA in Communications. Upon graduating, I honed my skills in the field by working as a Media Assistant at WPBF-25 and at ESPN760. I began working at City County Credit Union in 2011 as the Marketing Coordinator. Currently, I handle the marketing at Campbell Property Management.