Manager Receives Certification

Priestley Management Company is pleased to announce that Kyle Priestley has been awarded the Professional Designation Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA). The Certified Manager of Community Associations® (CMCA®) is the only national certification program designed exclusively for managers of homeowner and condominium associations and cooperatives. The CMCA recognizes individuals who have demonstrated the fundamental knowledge required to manage community associations. To obtain the CMCA certification, a candidate must demonstrate

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PMC Sees New Opportunities in the Coastal Region

Throughout the Carolinas, the past five years have been a tough one for the housing industry. However, on the coast ranging from Holly Ridge to Sunset Beach, North Carolina to Charleston, South Carolina, Priestley Management cannot help but to get excited about the amount of communities that are going up! “When driving to Holly Ridge, or Southport, NC, I cannot help but notice how many new communities the local developers

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Kids at Play

Summer is in full swing, and for many of our youngest residents that means they have the freedom to play outside to their heart’s content (or at least until mom or dad call them back inside). While we encourage kids to enjoy summer to the fullest, we also want everyone to stay safe. Here are a few guidelines to make sure these school-free months go smoothly: Make sure your children

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Waste-Free Yards Keeps Pets Healthy

American pet owners collectively spend tens of millions of dollars every year on veterinary care and over-the-counter medicines for their furry loved ones. But what many don’t realize is that many pet illnesses can be avoided by simply keeping the back yard clear of pet waste. Dog waste is more than just a smelly and unsightly mess. It’s also a breeding ground for infection—especially in dog parks and other areas

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Call an Electrician

The guests are on their way, the food is cooked and suddenly the light over the dinner table goes out. A new bulb doesn’t fix the problem, and neither does flipping the switch that controls the light circuit in the fuse box off and on. You know the same light has given you trouble before, and you might think you even know the difference between that green ground wire and

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