A brief history of management companies at Edgewater Isle
Edgewater Isle Homeowners Associations have had every property management company on the mid-Peninsula (and beyond), and even a solication (see below).
- PML Management Company
STATUS: 1990 - 1997, and again 2007 - 2010
See Edgewater Isle experiences with PML
STATUS: PML terminated their final Edgewater Isle contract, South Association, in 2010
- Franciscan Property Management
- Aspen Property Management
STATUS: Out of business.
- Mulqueeny and Associates
STATUS: He quit. (Who wouldn't?)
- Pelican Management Group
STATUS: Terminated 2004.
- Community Management Services
STATUS: 2004 - 2015 or so. A good run. Had to sneak a change the bylaws to allow them to be the association management.
- Pargett Association Management
San Mateo, Belmont, who knows?
STATUS: Out of business (which is arguable as homeowners questioned if they were ever "in" business)
- Common Interest
STATUS: 2009 - Current.
Has worked for both South and North associations.
- FirstService Residential.
For North Association. circ 2019 - 2020.
- AllPro Association Management
For North Association. 2020 - current
Other management company says they'd work here
March 31, 2011
Subject: Form Submission
Date: Mon, March 28, 2011 10:00 am
Comments: If any of you are still unhappy with your management solution, we would be interested in meeting with you to discuss your needs and our services.
This email, received from our "contact us" page, is from a local property management company who is interested in working for Edgewater Isle. This is interesting, because before they were the property management company for the South Association, The Manor Association in Redwood City was reviewing this site. Maybe in time, this company will be next.
And Association Communication volunteers too
August 13, 2012
A property management company in the East Bay has contacted us to let us know that they would be happy to work with homeowners and the boards at Edgewater Isle.
Caroline McCormick at Association Communications in Moraga told us that her company, ACI, works for the association, including homeowners and the board. Ms. McCormick stated she was sorry to see that one of her competitors has let down the owners at Edgewater Isle, and she would be happy to prepare a quote upon written request from a member of the board of directors.