The management of day to day operations for community associations has become a specialized field. The Gaffney Group, Inc. cares about the integrity of this profession so all of the community association managers we employ are certified professionals.
Our managers are here to help you evaluate the specific requirements of your association and meet the individualized needs of your community. We continue to develop new and beneficial service offerings for our clients which, at the present time, include:
Comprehensive and proactive association management
Association and developer consulting
Complete administrative and management support
Extensive financial services
Educational seminars and workshops
We manage our communities with the personal attention of an individual combined with the full support of our organization. We approach every situation with commitment, expertise, and one-on-one support.
The Gaffney Group, Inc. was founded on the belief that honesty, integrity, ethics, knowledge and professionalism are key to a successful business. Our care and compassion are clearly visible in the exceptional customer service we provide. We promptly respond to all owner requests. All work orders are followed through to completion. Owners are kept apprised of what is happening in their communities through web sites and other means of communication.
Our goal is to provide the best association management available by focusing on:
Preserving and enhancing the property
Maximizing cash flow
Timely and effective communication with the client
Board member education
The principal of The Gaffney Group is Bobbie Gaffney, President. Bobbie has been an association manager for over 23 years. She began her career as a portfolio manager, then moved to on-site management. She is a certified community association manager, having earned her CCAM through the California Association of Community Managers. Additionally, she has achieved the AMS (Association Management Specialist) and PCAM (Professional Community Association Manager) designations through Community Associations Institute.
Prior to starting her own company, Bobbie was employed by a large, local management company, where she was responsible for the training and education of its managers. She is actively involved in the local chapter of CAI, where she previously served on its Board of Directors and was Editor of its monthly chapter newsletter, The Quorum. She is still actively involved with CAI and also serves on the Editorial Advisory Committee for the California Association of Community Managers Vision Magazine. Bobbie has authored numerous articles on community association management, appeared on television as a top professional in her field, and has been called upon for expert testimony in community association related litigation.