Frequently Asked Questions

Thank you for visiting PMI Golden State. Property Management Inc is one of the largest HOA management companies in the United States with over 200 offices nationwide. We offer free consultation to HOA and COA Board of Directors. Here are some of the questions most frequently asked by our new clients. If you have questions that are not addressed, please feel free to email us at or call 424-272-8989.

Property Management Inc is currently managing over 230 associations and 18,000 doors nationwide. Our LA office covers W. Hollywood, Downtown LA, Santa Monica, Venice, Culver City, Pasadena, Brentwood, Reseda, San Fernando Valley, Sylmar, Glendale, Marina Del Rey, Sherman Oaks, Encino, Silver Lake, Studio City, Tarzana, Koreatown, and nearby cities.
Property Management Inc is a member of National Association of Residential Property Managers (NARPM) and Community Association Institute (CAI). Our property managers are licensed with the California Bureau of Real Estate (CalBRE), and our staff have extensive training and regularly attend seminars and conferences.
Each association is unique with different service needs. We will provide you a custom quote based on number of doors, meeting, etc.
PMI utilizes TOPS ONE software which is made specifically for HOA. Homeowners will be able to pay online and report maintenance issue from their portal. The board can easily keep track of late payments and violations. We also have additional services such as website customization, cloud storage, and document sharing.
Bank statements, income, and expense report will be ready by the 15th of each month. We reconcile our accounts every month to eliminate any errors. We also file taxes on the association’s behalf at the end of each year.
We always obtain a minimum of 2 bids for any project over $500 and strictly follow CC&Rs. PMI only hires licensed and insured contractors.
The late fee is to be assessed on the 15th of each month unless the governing documents of the HOA state otherwise. PMI will attempt to contact the homeowner by telephone, email, and letter. If the payment is still not received, we will send a 30-day demand notice via certified mail and forward the case to our lien collection attorney after the grace period has expired. All expenses are to be paid by the homeowner.