Associa Kramer-Triad Management Group Welcomes Chestnut Hill Farms Association to Their Growing Client List

May 31, 2017

Troy, MI – May 31, 2017- Associa Kramer-Triad Management Group continues to add to their growing client list with the addition of the Chestnut Hill Farms Association.

The Chestnut Hill Farms community is comprised of 135 residential properties located in Clarkston, Michigan. Clarkston is located on the I-75 corridor, approximately halfway between Detroit and Flint. Chestnut Hill Farms is within walking distance of historic downtown Clarkston, with access to local shops, the famous mill pond and a highly sought after school district.

“We are honored to be partnering with the Chestnut Hill Farms Association and excited to work directly with their board,” stated Jeff Gourlie, PCAM®, AMS®, and president of Associa Kramer-Triad Management Group. “We look forward to working with such a respected association and providing outstanding management services to the residents of Chestnut Hill Farms.”

Delivering unsurpassed association management services to communities since 1979, Associa leads the industry operating more than 180 branch offices across North America and employing 10,000 team members dedicated to serving nearly five million residents who are part of the Associa family.  With unrivaled industry expertise, safeguarded finances and trailblazing innovation, Associa provides solutions designed to help communities achieve their vision. To learn more go to www.associaonline.com.

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