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Birmingham, AL – May 29, 2019 – Associa McKay Management has been selected as the management company for three new homeowners’ associations throughout the state of Alabama specifically the greater Birmingham area and Fairhope.
The new condominium communities are comprised of more than 150 units. These one-of-a-kind properties feature special amenities for residents and are conveniently located near family-friendly hot spots, Mobile Bay, parks, restaurants, and retail shops.
“We are honored to work with these new clients and partner with their board of directors,” stated Jada Hilyer, CMCA®, AMS®, PCAM®, Associa McKay Management president. “Our branch continues to focus on expanding our service offerings as well as providing our residents with the best services available in Alabama.”
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