Effective association management is the key to a thriving community.
Coventry Group Community Management makes supporting your community a breeze. Enjoy the reassurance of a premier team, with the added benefit of HOA exclusive, automated software.
Coventry Group Community Management
Every community has individual needs. Coventry Group furnishes a personal approach for you and your residents. Our goal is to alleviate the day-to-day tasks of association management at your property while providing efficient and effective management.
Our community managers live near the communities they serve, enabling convenient personal assistance. With roots in the Shenandoah Valley, we provide a complete set of community management services to Virginia and West Virginia.
We understand effective community management is the key to establishing a thriving community in your development.
“I have nothing but positive reviews for this company.
Coventry Group has always been professional, knowledgeable and a valuable asset to our HOA. Mark, Beth and the entire team represent honesty, integrity and dedication. All at a reasonable cost… cant go wrong!”
Understanding your reserve fund, its importance and how to use those funds is an integral part of maintaining the fiscal health of your community. While the annual budget addresses most of the costs your association will encounter throughout the year, the reserve fund is for repairs and replacement of major community components.
Every year, Coventry Group likes to take the time to say “Thank You” to the Boards of Directors, volunteers and valued vendors for all they do to make their community a great place to live. We are grateful for the opportunity to work and share our expertise...
Coventry Group partnered with Erik Fox of Rees Broome, P.C. to provide free training to HOAs in the Shenandoah Valley on September 26th. This session, HOA Check-Up, covered not only the basic initial check list for an association, but also the recodification of the POA Act, 2019 statutory changes, covenant enforcement, and the always important board ethics.