A company that has achieved the AAMC accreditation is committed to providing unique and diverse community association management services to their clients. An Accredited Association Management Company ensures that their team members have the required skills, experience, and integrity to provide their communities with success.
This is the only worldwide certification course designed solely for homeowner and condominium association managers. The certification is awarded to those who pass the rigorous CMCA examination which consists of 120 questions that measure skills in 8 key areas of community association management. CMCA certification also provides standards for community management that allows boards of directors and association members to have confidence in their manager’s industry knowledge and ability to provide excellent service.
Achieving the AMS designation is a demonstration of a manager that is ready to take their career, expertise and their community management knowledge to the next level. AMS designation has the requirement that a manager has at least two years of experience in community association management and completed advanced course work.
The PCAM designation is the highest professional recognition that is given throughout the nation to community managers. Those managers with the PCAM designation are some of the most skilled, experienced and knowledgeable managers in the nation. CAMS currently hold the highest number of PCAMS in North Carolina.