Guide to Financial and Property Management of Condominiums, Homeowners’ Associations and Co-operative Housing

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This book is for a property management company that is managing multiple communities and is also for the HOA that is self managing.

It does show you how to keep each community financials separate within the QuickBooks software with our system.

Until now, managers of condominiums or homeowners’ associations had to rely on an expensive suite of software. Author, Gita Faust, will show you how to integrate all the necessary functions of managing these types of communities efficiently and inexpensively using QuickBooks. The 113 screen shots in the condo management guide demonstrate clearly how to implement an effective management and accounting system.

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Save Time, Increase Productivity by Using QuickBooks to Manage Your Condo’s, HOA’s Homeowners & Co-op Housing and Other Realty Associations!

Looking for a faster, easier, and less expensive way to manage your condominiums, homeowners’ associations, and co-operative housing? You need QuickBooks … or more specifically, you need the Guide to Financial and Property Management of Condominiums, Homeowners’ Associations and Co-operative Housing, which explains step-by-step how to manage your entire business using QuickBooks.

Prior to this guide, most association managers either had to rely on an expensive suite of software, do everything themselves manually, using Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Access or try to figure out and adapt QuickBooks on their own.

With the Guide to Financial and Property Management of Condominiums, Homeowners’ Associations and Co-operative Housing you’ll learn everything you need to know to integrate QuickBooks into your business efficiently and inexpensively. It is the fastest and most easy to use QuickBooks book.

The Condo and Homeowners Management QuickBooks Guide is Packed with All the Tips, Tricks, and Techniques You Need to Know

Course Learning Objectives:

  • Learn to keep all bank accounts organized
  • Learn to customize the chart of accounts
  • Learn to track fee payments
  • Learn to enter and view monthly board reports
  • Learn to manage repair work orders, including the assignment of work, capture of hours spent, repair part costs, and assignments to the correct units
  • Learn to email work order requests to maintenance personnel
  • Learn to generate a monthly revenue statement
  • Learn to track ownership and charges
  • Learn to calculate fees
  • Learn to collect payments
  • Learn to monitor maintenance requests
  • Learn to monitor board meetings
  • Learn to enforce bylaws
  • And much more

This book is for a property management company that is managing multiple communities and is also for the HOA that is self managing.

Gita has incorporated accounting and the management aspect of associations into one QuickBooks book.
Guide to Financial and Property Management of Condominiums, Homeowners’ Associations and Co-operative Housing:
It is based on her favorite PPC’s Guide to Homeowners’ Associations and Other Realty Associations. Gita has concentrated fully on the aspect of “CIRA accounting principles and financial statement presentation, including member assessments, funds for future major repairs and replacements, capital improvement funds, and reserve studies”. A must to be read by CPA or a tax professionals for Condo, Homeowners HOA and Other Realty Associations.

The Clear How-to QuickBooks Condo & HOA Guide is Packed with Images

Every task is explained in detail, with screenshots and step-by-step instructions. Even if you jump directly into a section, without reading the QuickBooks guide straight through, you will understand the how-to steps.

Step-by-step instructions

condo hoa quickbooks report members list infocondo hoa quickbooks add a member

Over 100 screenshots that clearly explain each task

condo hoa quickbooks member address infocondo hoa quickbooks view members

It’s Time to Take your Business to the Next Level of Success

With the Guide to Financial and Property Management of Condominiums, Homeowners’ Associations, and Co-operative Housing you’ll be able to put systems in place for handling everything from paying bills to collecting fees, scheduling maintenance work, each and every accounting and property management detail.

With the Guide to Financial and Property Management of Condo and HOA You Will Receive:

  • Book: Step-by-step advanced instructions
  • Downloadable QuickBooks company template file for managers of condo & HOA
  • Video tutorials: watch, listen and learn
  • Access to a private Facebook group

Template QuickBooks file is compatible with QuickBooks Desktop Pro, Premier and Enterprise current version & prior two years (need a current version of QuickBooks? Call 866-645-3356).

This book is for a property management company that is managing multiple communities and is also for the HOA that is self managing.

I appreciate your prompt response. This is the type of information we need to assist us in making our decision. V Gardens Board Member

Just wanted to update you on our progress. We have updated our books and all the members are happy that on the 5th of the month they are received budgets, profit and loss and balance sheet by email. Our meetings have cut down to one hour and our bookkeeping work has been down from 40 hours to 15 hours a month. Peace of mind! Thank you Gita V Gardens Board Member

Please, remember you must have QuickBooks® installed on your computer. Are you using Australia, Canada, UK, or other International QuickBooks version, or Online? Click here to read…

Content of the Guide

Content of Guide to Financial and Property Management of Condominiums, Homeowners’ Associations and Co-operative Housing: Manage Community Associations with QuickBooks

Section 1 Getting Started
Some readers are experienced QuickBooks users while others might be using QuickBooks for the first time. In this section, you will learn QuickBooks basics, become familiar with terms, definitions, and reports, as well as learn to back up and restore files. We recommend that you read each chapter even though you may believe that you can skip one, because they are all interrelated.

Section 2: Your Company File
Now that you have gained some familiarity with QuickBooks, you are ready to begin the process of creating your company’s QuickBooks file. After copying our custom designed template, you will enter basic information about your company and make some decisions about data entry. These steps must be followed prior to entering the data.

Section 3: Managing Units and Members
What is an association without units and members? Now that you have learned the basics of QuickBooks and have begun setting up your company file, it is essential that you enter the units, owners, and residents correctly. You will need to charge them, get paid by them, as well as monitor violations and sales of their units. In this section, you will learn how to enter all transactions related to the units and their inhabitants.

Section 4: Managing Vendors
The other half of the operation, after managing the units and inhabitants and charging and collecting payments, is managing your vendors, or payees. As you purchase goods, supplies, and services from insurance companies, contractors, utilities, and other suppliers, you will have to track those goods and services, the bills, and your payments to them. As money comes in, it also goes out!

Section 5: Miscellaneous
There is always more to do than meets the eye. Performing miscellaneous and regular tasks will enable you to run your business operations with perfection. You may have to move money from one account to another, take care of insurance related issues, prepare for Board meetings, review periodic reports, and do bulk mailings. Now you know everything about managing a condo or a homeowner’s association using QuickBooks.

1 review for Guide to Financial and Property Management of Condominiums, Homeowners’ Associations and Co-operative Housing

  1. 5 out of 5

    Gita’s knowledge and insight to property management accounting has empowered managers using QuickBooks by simplifying the process, creating custom reports, and saving time; her book has added value to end users that the board members will see and appreciate. Managers using her book and practices will become more self-reliant and less dependent on others to get the task or information needed in a timely manner.

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