FirstService Residential Now Managing Sun Village Community Association
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Feb. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- FirstService Residential, Arizona's leading HOA management company, was selected to provide management services for Sun Village Community Association located in Surprise, Arizona.
Sun Village is a 55+ gated community that was previously self-managed before FirstService Residential assumed management responsibilities on June 1, 2018. The community is composed of 1,382 units, including single-family homes and condominiums. Sun Village is located in the northwest valley near Surprise Stadium. The community is also close to a 25-court tennis complex, the Maricopa Regional Library, a fishing lake and the "Field of Dreams" baseball stadium, which is specially designed for handicapped children and adults.
"We chose FirstService Residential because of their great reputation and knowledgeable associates," said Sun Village Board President Judy Habel. "Our board had been attending their free educational seminars for years and finally realized that we could be doing much better for our community. The board got to the point where we were spending too much time managing the association. We needed a company with a depth of resources to lessen the burden and bring in best practices to help our association."
Residents of Sun Village enjoy numerous amenities, including golf, tennis, shuffleboard, pickleball, swimming, ceramics and horseshoes. The on-site community center houses community events, shows, clubs and dances. The community center also offers a billiards room, fitness and swimming center, a computer area, sewing room, book and DVD library and meeting rooms. Sun Village also features several facilities that are open to the public, including Chef Peter's Bistro, The Village Salon, The Gift Gallery and Sun Village Community Church.
"Our team is excited to continue working with Sun Village's enthusiastic and proactive board and provide them with local support and guidance," said Paul Schwartz, business development manager at FirstService Residential. "With the expertise and knowledge our team provides, we are looking forward to building toward a great vision and strengthening property values and resident lifestyles for years to come."
About FirstService Residential
FirstService Residential is North America's largest manager of residential communities and the preferred partner of HOAs, community associations and strata corporations in the U.S. and Canada. FirstService Residential's managed communities include low-, mid- and high-rise condominiums and cooperatives; single-family homes; master-planned, lifestyle and active adult communities; and rental and commercial properties.
With an unmatched combination of deep industry experience, local market expertise and personalized attention, FirstService Residential delivers proven solutions and exceptional service that add value, enhance lifestyles and make a difference, every day, for every resident and community it manages. FirstService Residential is a subsidiary of FirstService Corporation, a North American leader in the property services sector.
In Arizona, FirstService Residential is recognized as the leading homeowners association management company in the state, serving over 270 community associations and more than 90,000 households. We offer a comprehensive range of homeowners association and property management services to communities of all types and sizes throughout the state, including the Greater Phoenix and Tucson areas. Ranking Arizona has named FirstService Residential as Arizona's top choice of HOA management companies for the 13th consecutive year.
For more information, visit http://www.fsresidential.com.
SOURCE Firstservice Residential, Inc.
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