Community Associations Cheryl Hunt 2018-04-24T20:03:07+00:00
The CRI association team adds value right immediately.
CRI’s industry-specific experience illustrates that we can guide association management of common interest realty associations (CIRA) clients and help solve their most complex issues with advice that’s anything but “common.” CRI has more than a thousand CIRA clients that are comprised of both self-managed associations – condominiums, homeowners, co-ops, and timeshares – and those operated by property management companies. We evaluate and review internal controls, prepare tax returns, conduct business analyses, and perform a host of other services to address our clients’ needs in a timely, cost-effective manner. Our team also adds value “right out of the box” by analyzing trends and creating benchmarking reports that enable association managers to make data-driven decisions.
As a long-standing member of the Community Association Institute (CAI) and American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (AICPA), CRI remains up-to-date regarding changes in CIRA and AICPA guidelines. More importantly, we communicate any variations that could impact your association and work with you to help ensure your compliance. So, regardless of challenges may lie ahead, choosing CRI is the right choice for your association.
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