Chicago, IL – July 24, 2017 - Associa Chicagoland announces record breaking year with the addition of 23 new clients in the first half of 2017.
The new clients are comprised of 2293 units including condominiums, townhomes, high-rises, single- family home communities and a co-op in the city.
“The Associa Chicagoland team has been working extremely hard to grow the branch and expand our services to a wide variety of communities across the greater Chicago area,” stated Stephanie Skelley, Associa Chicagoland president. “Retaining such an impressive number of new clients in a short period of time is the direct result of the hard work and team spirit of the Associa Chicagoland branch. I am proud to work with this accomplished group of employees and can’t wait to see them continue to grow and succeed.”
“It is always exciting to work with new associations and residents and provide them with the best customer service available,” explained Erica Horndasch, Associa Chicagoland director of business development. “Our team will continue to grow the branch and expand our services to new communities in the next half of the year.”
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