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Welcome to Association Management Concepts, Inc

Locally Owned & Operated

Association Management Concepts, Inc., was conceived with one main goal: to design and implement an association management firm that would dependably deliver premium full-service management to homeowners associations throughout Northern California. Presently we have attained this goal in the greater Sacramento County area through the client-centric team of professionals we have assembled not just to manage your association, but to help you keep your association healthy, efficient, and cost effective. We want your homeowners association to thrive.

AMC has a full team professionals managing over 70 homeowners associations throughout five counties in northern California. We know this business and stand out among our peers by offering services that focus on your individual association needs. We listen to you. Listening to our clients is the only way we have found to ensure that we are meeting your needs in an effective and precise way. We are proud to offer services based on your unique circumstances and look forward to hearing from you today about your association management needs. Please contact us through the Management Proposal Request link.

Upcoming AMC Events

Wednesday, May 31, 2017: “Boards Have a New Obligation to Stop Discrimination”

The Fair Housing Act protects people from discrimination.  HOAs are “housing providers” under the Act – they may not discriminate against certain classes of people.  Associations that do discriminate, risk lawsuits and large fines.   Few associations discriminate on purpose, but some HOAs break the law by accident.  The most common Fair Housing violations involve:

  • Rules that target children
  • Refusing to bend parking rules for the physically disabled
  • Harassing the mentally ill

In 2016 rules for “housing providers” were changed.  The new rules say that a person is directly liable for “failing to fulfill a duty to take prompt action to correct and end a discriminatory housing practice by a “third-party,” where the person knew or should have known of the discriminatory conduct.”  Under these rules, associations must step in when a “third party” discriminates against one of its members.  Examples might include:

  • Disputes between homeowners
  • Disputes between vendors and homeowners

In the past, the Fair Housing Act said only that boards must not discriminate.  Now, the Act requires that boards prevent others from discriminating.  Get the latest information and learn what your board needs to know about this important topic.

Our Speaker, Nathan McGuire, is the Managing Partner of the San Francisco / Sacramento / Stockton offices for Adams Stirling, PLC.  He has over 15 years experience in real estate subdivision development, escrow issues, and many other issues affecting HOAs and real property.  He has been named Super Lawyer Magazine’s “California Rising Star” for the last five years running and is the recipient of an AV Preeminent Peer Review designation from Martindale-Hubbel, which signifies the highest level of excellence.

AMC’s president, Brad Higgins, will be hosting this very informative event and encourages board members, homeowners, Realtor’s, investors, and people thinking about purchasing in an HOA to attend.  Mr. Higgins is a certified CCAM and has managed homeowners associations for over 25 years in California and Hawaii.

Please plan to join us for this informative evening on Wednesday, May 31, 2017, at the Hilton Sacramento Arden West at 2200 Harvard Street in Sacramento.  Doors will open at 5:00 pm and the Seminar will be from 5:30 – 7:00 pm.  Seating is limited, so RSVP!  You can register by phone at (916) 565-8080, ext. 307 or you may register on-line by Clicking Here.  


AMC's 2017 Events

March 30, 2017– Risky Business II: How to Reduce Your Association’s Liability

January 25, 2017– "Breaking Down the Bids" and "Violation and Fining Procedures for Associations"