Delivering Professional HOA and Condo Unit Rental Management

Professional Rental Management, Positive Results

Whether it is a seaside resort with more than 500 units or a “condotel” with a few dozen units, Charlestowne Hotels delivers professional and transparent home owner association and condominium management that is complemented by an aggressive rental marketing approach. Owners and renters alike benefit from the same expertise that has produced successful results for the many hotels under their management in terms of quality ratings, guest reviews, and revenue performance.

Transparent HOA Management

Transparency and integrity are at the core of Charlestowne Hotels’ approach to HOA management. Responsible budgets, fair assessment of fees, and timely and accurate financial reporting ensure HOA boards and unit owners that expenses are being controlled and that homeowner fees are being spent responsibly. Likewise, capital projects are aggressively managed for cost control and timely completion.

Expertise to Deliver Efficient Services

Charlestowne Hotels utilizes innovative, yet proven, expertise in operations management, marketing, eCommerce, revenue management, and financial reporting. This expertise, along with economies of scale derived from the volume of multiple clients, enables Charlestowne Hotels to deliver efficient services to condominium home owners associations.

Condo Rental Marketing to Drive Results

The rental marketing program mirrors the marketing and eCommerce initiatives that have made Charlestowne’s hotels top revenue performers in their respective markets. These, combined with an industry-leading revenue management program, generate superior rental results and rental income growth for unit owners. Charlestowne Hotels understands that rental marketing is more than mere revenue generation; it is about serving the guests and providing diligent care to the owners’ units.

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