“I don’t do this very often, but I wanted to take a moment to praise Laura Hartigan, Condo 1 Association Property Manager.
Since last fall, Nancy & I have had a number of occasions (three to be exact) where we had to turn to Laura both for significant advice, direction, and actually solving some situations that were very concerning to us…all water related. Needless to say, water leaks of any magnitude can be serious both at the initial time but also after the fact. I want to say that Laura’s response time and follow up were, in our opinion, everything that we could hope for. Her professionalism was tops, her concern for the correct solutions, supervision, and follow up were without flaws.
Additionally, my observations of Laura’s interactions with other residents also indicate similar qualities that support our opinion of her performance…..always professional, caring, and timely. It’s our opinion, Laura was a great asset when she was added to the Condo 1 Association’s team.“
Craig ObeckHome Owner
“I want to tell you again how thankful I am that we have Craig and Jeremy to help with maintaining our home! While we were in the north, our pond/pool helper friend, Gina, noticed a problem with the garage wall. I contacted Craig and he took the ball and ran with it. He coordinated with Gina to have her remove the fish and empty the pond so he could go about totally replacing five feet of my back garage wall. The wall had deteriorated due to water seeping in around the electric connections to the pond. Plus he worked with the electric by encasing the lines in pipe so this will not happen again. Then he had Gina return to fill the pond and return the fish to their home. All of this magically happened from just one email I sent to Craig. The work is beautifully done! I cannot say enough about what a comfort it is to have such peace of mind when Craig and Jeremy are in charge. I know you are proud to have them as part of your team. Thank you and thank them so very much! “
Barbara BillmanHome Owner
“Southwest Property Management has effectively and expertly assisted us in numerous ways from accounting services to assisting in the solicitation and evaluation of bids for major projects as well as the day to day interaction and responses with subcontractors and owners. They make great partners.”
Ralph WeisgerberRalph Weisgerber, President - Ventura at Pelican Marsh Homeowners Association
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