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Cedar Management Group


Cedar Management Group, an Accredited Association Management Company (AAMC), is a property management company that specializes in homeowner associations and condominiums.

We are proud to provide our services to community associations in Charlotte, North Carolina. Our corporate headquarters is also based in the Queen City. Charlotte is a great place to live and build a family. The city is the 17th largest city in the United States with a population of over 775,000 residents. Charlotte is also a major U.S. financial city housing Bank of America and Wells Fargo headquarters. Most people recognize the city for its NASCAR hall of fame and U.S. National White Water Center. The Queen City is located near Lake Norman, Lake Wylie, Mountain Island Lake, and the Catawba River. There are many neighborhoods in the city that are managed by Cedar Management Group and are happy with our service. We are dedicated to every homeowner association we manage, and assure our clients friendly service.

Our Charlotte HOA Management Services Include:

  • Collecting & Processing Homeowner Assessments (Billing)
  • Ensuring Maintenance Issues are Handled Properly
  • Ensuring Compliance with Governing Documents (Violations Coordination)
  • Educating the members of a Board of Directors
  • Assisting with Reserve Planning
  • Assisting Attorneys with Legal Matters
  • Board of Directors Meeting Preparation
  • Developing & Maintaining Community Websites

If your homeowners association or condominium association in the Charlotte, NC area is searching for a reliable property management company, contact Cedar Management Group at (704) 644-8808 or We manage over 30,000 homes and work hard to keep every homeowner satisfied with our services.

Additional Information

Special Designation : Accredited Association Management Company (AAMC)
Business Hours : Mon - Thurs: 8am - 6pm

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