Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA) in Door County, WI

Door County Professional Property Management Company of Condominium Associations

What is a CMCA?

A CMCA (Certified Manager of Community Associations) has the fundamental knowledge and expertise required to effectively manage homeowner and condominium associations and cooperatives. Through a comprehensive certification exam, rigorous professional standards and continued training requirements, the CMCA certification helps ensure that the manager has knowledge, experience, and integrity to provide the best possible service to your association. Those authorized to use the CMCA credential have met rigorous standards and have agreed to principles of professionalism, integrity, diligence and fairness when dealing with clients.

Why a CMCA is important to you

As a board member, trustee, or volunteer leader of your community association, you have fiduciary responsibilities to the homeowners in your community. By hiring a CMCA, you can be confident your manager understands his or her obligation to your community – just the kind of person you need to protect your biggest investment.

CMCA designees represent excellence


CMCAs have passed the essentials of Community Association Management course that covers a variety of community management topics. CMCAs are required to update their knowledge by participating in professional development seminars.


CMCAs are required to work in the community association field to maintain their certification


CMCAs commit to upholding the highest ethical standards. Certificants must abide by the National Board of Certification for Community Association Managers‘ (NBC-CAM) Standards of Professional Conduct.

Why Hire A CMCA For Your Association?

Here are four reasons why you should ensure your community has a CMCA managing your operations:

  • A CMCA is trained to handle the operations, administration, and enforcement efficiently so your board members will avoid burnout.
  • A CMCA understands the legal implications of board decisions and community insurance needs so you can reduce your financial and legal risks.
  • A CMCA will make sure your community is well kept protecting property values for current and future homeowners.
  • A CMCA is trained to handle all the day-to-day obligations capably so you can focus on making your community a better place to live.