Thursday, March 15, 2012


American Community Management (ACM) recently registered its 10,000th homeowner to its client portal website, www.acmhome.com. The resident lives in Prince Place I at Northampton Condominium in Largo, Prince George's County.

ACM's client portal website allows community association homeowners to view their personal accounts, pay fees directly online, submit architectural requests, view unit violations, receive association correspondence via email and view all association information to include governing documents, policies, meeting minutes, quarterly financial statements, and much more.

ACM began utilizing its client portal website in January, 2010 and since then, almost 50% of the homeowners represented have registered to use the website. In the first two years of operation, the website has saved ACM community associations over $95,000 in administrative expenses to
include paper, copies and postage. The client portal website is a critical component of ACM's business and provides the platform where all the innovative systems merge. This portal has been designed to serve as a gateway to homeowner interaction and community involvement.

ACM is an established community property management company that was created to assist in the management of condominiums, homeowner associations and cooperatives. The company provides administrative, accounting, website, community management and property/facility
management services to community associations throughout Maryland. To find out more about the services offered by ACM, please visit www.communitymanagers.net.