“Changing the way you think about property management one client at a time.”
Jilsa Management is an experienced and established family - owned enterprise providing association management and maintenance to communities in South Florida. The company was started due to the underwhelming performance and lack of service and ineffective use of technology that has been prevalent in the management industry.
Our approach to property management is different from other companies. We are a family oriented and technology focused company. We want to change the way that property management companies are currently viewed by the communities they serve. From enhanced customer service to new technologies that are available, we want to offer the best for our communities.
We put a face behind the company. Our property managers are known by the residents that they serve in every community that we manage. We are always available for conversation and aim to provide the personalized service that every community deserves.
- Jilsa Management currently manages 2,000+ homes in Broward and Palm Beach counties.
- 28 association communities and counting.
- 2018 Revenues from association management services: $500k+
- 4 Full Time property managers with a total of over 45 years property management experience.
- Maximum of 8 communities under management per manager.
- Accounting department 1 full time 2 part-time (virtual)
- Maintenance Manager 1 full time.
- Banking and Finance
- Transportation and Construction
- Accounting and Risk Analysis
- Real Estate and Customer Service
- Property Management and Maintenance
- PNC Bank
- Florida Community Bank
HOA/Condo On-boarding Process
- The transfer process can usually take anywhere from 30-60 days depending on the complexity of the association. This covers:
- Transferring all required documents to the new management company.
- Creating resident profiles online and uploading homeowner data.
- Setting up bank accounts for online payments (if needed).
- Creating new bank accounts if needed.
- Updating all vendors, contractors, homeowners, Insurance, and utility companies with the change in management companies.
- Reviewing current outstanding maintenance, service, collection, and legal issues with the association.
- Review and implementation of association policies and procedures.
- Creation and implementation of new procedures.