Thursday, January 03, 2008

Tri-City Property Management Services, Inc. Secures Hope Grant for Valley Resident.

Several years ago the Arizona Association of Community Managers (AACM) recognized a need to assist Arizona community residents with special financial needs. A program was developed call the Homeowners Outreach Program Enterprise (HOPE) established a grant to assist qualified homeowners in need of assistance paying past association dues.

Tri-City Manager Dawn Haskin, with the recommendations of our Collections Manager Melody Elliott, submitted the paperwork necessary to secure the grant for one of our Mesa client community residents.



KPNX-TV NBC 12 News
Air Date: Wednesday, December 12, 2007

AACM reports that purpose of the HOPE Grant is:
  • Assist AZ National Guard and Reserve Units call to full time active duty.

  • Help homeowners with financial hardships due to a severe health problem or a recent death in the family.

  • Improve a community association's ability to meet short-term financial obligations.

  • Disseminate information and resources regarding community association issues.

  • Facilitate innovative solutions to community association issues.

  • Provide leadership training through AACM's educational opportunities.

  • Enhance the long-term viability of the community association by providing another resource for problem solving.

This is the fourth HOPE Grant that has been secured for one of Tri-City’s client community residents.