Property & Community Management

Property Management

Skilled, professional management team

Acting as liaison between the landlord and tenant, Shannon Day Property Management strives to ensure that your home is taken care of before, during, even after your property has been rented. Though the selection of a renter who both takes good care of your home and is punctual in monthly payments is not an exact science, we have set policies that carefully identify those candidates who best meet our company’s expectations. Our selection of the right occupancy includes a credit report, eviction checks, County, State, and Federal criminal checks, references from previous landlords and employment verification.

Once your home has been rented and a family has moved in, our job has just begun. Prior to their moving in, we accomplish an acceptance inspection where we thoroughly review the condition of your property. As a cross-reference, we ask the new renter to complete an inspection report that we have noted. While they are living in your home, we periodically conduct routine inspections to insure they are taking good care of the home, such as ensuring that the smoke detector is working properly, air conditioning filters are replaced regularly, etc. When the tenants move out, another thorough inspection is accomplished to see what work, if any, needs to be accomplished to place the home back on the rental market.

At Shannon Day Property Management, each client is important. We work for you. Because of this, we are quite flexible to meet your needs.

Community Management

Skilled, professional management team

We custom tailor our management packages to serve the specific needs of your Board of Directors and your community; every community has its own unique requirements and we respond to each of our customers as individuals.

Our mission is to manage the day-to-day operations of your community in a professional manner and to make your community look as good as the day it was built, while working within the Association’s budget. Working together with Shannon Day Property Management, ensures low costs through well-maintained properties and the ability to provide a variety of services such as landscaping, accounting, irrigation maintenance, janitorial, administration, and management services.

The Association Management Specialist (AMS) designation is a high level of recognition awarded by the Community Association Institute (CAI) to community managers. With Shannon Day Realty, Inc. as your Association Management Specialist, you can be confident that your community manager is someone who understands their obligation to your community and who is dedicated to their profession.

At Shannon Day Property Management, each client is important. We work for you. Because of this, we are quite flexible to meet your needs.

AMS Criteria


  • A minimum of 2 years in financial, administrative, and facilities management for a community association.
  • More than 16 hours of intensive instruction in law, communications, operations, and assets protection.
  • Continued educational development.
  • Maintaining the Certified Manager of Community Associations® (CMCA®) certification from the National Board of Certification for Community Association Managers


  • Develop association budgets and financial reports to ensure your association prepares for future expenses and communicates to homeowners how their assessment dollars are spent.
  • Perform site inspections to evaluate your association’s grounds and common elements and ensure proper upkeep.
  • Enforce community association rules and restrictions fairly, equitably, and reasonably.
  • Assisting board members in selecting contractors and insurance providers that can provide top-notch services for your association.
  • Overseeing and authorizing payment for services to ensure financial safeguards.
  • Directing any association personnel.
  • Promoting open communication, fruitful collaboration, and community spirit within the association.


  • Compliance with all standards established by CAI and the state(s) in which the manager practices.
  • Disclosure in writing to the client any actual, potential, or perceived conflict of interest.
  • Not provide inaccurate or misleading information to a prospective or current client.
  • Refuse any compensation from parties who act or may act on behalf of the client.
  • See that the client’s funds are held in separate accounts, are not misappropriated, and are returned to the client at the end of the manager’s engagement.
  • Recognize that all records. Files, and books, are the property of the client; and
  • Participate in the continuing professional education.