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Associated Property Management (Apm) Creates Continuing Eduction Section to Their Website


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Press Release for the Creation of a Continuing Education Section to Their Website

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Associated Property Management (Apm) Creates Continuing Eduction Section to Their Website

  1. 1. FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE APM Creates Continuing Education Section to Their Website Lake Worth – April 1, 2010, Associated Property Management (APM) has created a Continuing Education Section to their website. This section has specifically been designed to help Board of Directors and related professionals to keep pace with the ever changing Community Association Management Industry. Community associations are being transformed due to our volatile economy, rapidly changing technology and with a population that is growing older. In addition, new laws, a mortgage crisis and high unemployment are forcing associations to revaluate how and why things are being done in a certain way. In the future, no matter what level of education, business or practical experience that any Board Member has, there will be new demands and challenges on all Board of Directors. We hope that these categories, pages and links will help present and future Board Members to keep up to date on an ever changing industry. It is APM’s hope that all Board Members and interested parties will take the time to review this section, especially when a need arises in your association or when someone is contemplating running for the Board of Directors in their community. The Continuing Education Section of the website has been divided into 4 sections and encompasses continuing education, information and handy links in the following areas: Accounting, Administration, General and Meetings. ##### About Associated Property Management (APM) As one of the oldest management companies in Palm Beach County, APM has been specializing in community association management since 1988. APM represents more than 130 associations from Jupiter to Boca Raton and as far west as Wellington and Royal Palm Beach, Florida. APM’s clients receive personal service from a specially trained and experienced staff that helps Board of Directors to reduce association expenses, increase property values and improve communications within their client communities. For more information, please visit Their weekly online newsletter is Contact: Agnes Wyatt-Syros 561-588-7210 1928 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth, Florida, 33461 – 561-588-7210 –