Association Websites


In November of 2017, Florida Governor Rick Scott signed House Bill 1237 into law. This law requires that Florida condominium associations with 150 or more units must have an independent website or web portal wholly owned and operated by the association or a website or web portal operated by a third-party provider. The statute requires “current” copies of various documents which are delineated in §718.111(12)(g)2, Fla. Stats. That said, our website services are compliant with the statute and offer a wide array of features customized to improve communication between the ownership, association, and management.

Our website facilitates an environment where communication and information are exchanged with ease. The communication between Property Manager, Board of Directors, and Homeowner, plays an intricate role in the success of any community. This is why we are proud to say that our IT department is committed to staying up to date with the exponential growth of technology.

The Public Area of the website is accessible to the general public, offering you the ability to showcase your association online. Some of the most popular features available to the Public site include:

  • Online Payments
  • Community Events & What’s Nearby Mapping
  • Amenities
  • Contact us
  • Community Applications & Forms

The private area of the website is intended for homeowners and Board of Directors, allowing access only through the use of a login and password. Our secure website provides peace of mind to Associations as sensitive information will never be disclosed. Some of the most popular features available on the private side of the website include:

  • Account History
  • Email Bulletins
  • Message Board & Online Document Storage
  • Events Calendar
  • Emergency Alert System
  • Application Forms
  • Task Manager
  • Address Book & Photo Albums

Contact us to get a personalized proposal adapted to the needs of your community