Accomplish all your association’s goals with one single software platform by utilizing ManageCasa’s tools for association management.
Free trial with 3 units - Easy setup - Cancel any time
With ManageCasa’s mobile-friendly, intuitive, interactive and automated community association management software, community managers can efficiently charge and collect owner dues, track violations, review architectural applications, manage board member approvals and more. Stay efficient on a platform that has been developed with community association management needs in mind.
Managing COAs and HOAs efficiently requires a software that keeps all of your tasks organized and transparent. Reduce your workload so that you can concentrate on managing your community more efficiently.
Reduce the time spent handling paper checks, manual data entry and reconciling owner dues while streamlining the payment process for homeowners.
Bonus: Automatically creates transaction records in the accounting module based on homeowner terms saved.
Create and share your reports with the board and with the entire community of homeowners conveniently through the app.
Report, collaborate on, and resolve maintenance issues efficiently and assign work orders to your in-house handyman or service pro quickly. Send and receive bills for easy payment through ManageCasa.
Record, track, manage and report violations for discussion amongst board members. Communicate effectively with homeowners to get issues resolved.
Charge owners their dues, collect rent, and reconcile payments. Automate late fees, create reports only accessible to board members and easily share reports with homeowners.
Share documents like by-laws, meeting minutes and policies easily with community members. Improve correspondence with homeowners easily through the application and allow for collaboration like never before.
Each homeowner receives their own portal to access community documents, pay owner dues, access community-wide communication. Homeowners can also communicate one-on-one with your board about private matters.
Wanna see it in action?