Collection Services

HOA Assessment Collection Services

 

Clark Simson Miller is a professional financial services firm that offers remote HOA management, accounting, back office services, and other financial services for homeowner associations and condominium associations including assessment fee and collection services.

Remote HOA Assessment Collection Management

Clark Simson Miller can assist HOA association board members with their monthly, quarterly, or annual premium collection services. Our team of collections and payment specialists works directly with your board of directors to create a assessment collection policy that will meet community standards.  Additionally, our specialists will work with your team to create a strategic, consistent, and easy to manage plan of action that allows all owners to understand the actions when their account and payments becomes delinquent.

Remote HOA Collection and Recovery Services

Once a homeowner has become delinquent, our staff of committed, accounting professionals works with your board of directors and the homeowner to ratify the account with options that are board approved. Clark Simson miller can communicate with the homeowner to provide them with options including payment plans to help create a better outcome for all those involved.  Our goal is to mitigate account receivable issues and build programs that helps monitor and maintain progress over time

Contact Clark Simson Miller for Remote HOA Assessment and Collections Services

Clark Simson Miller is a team of accounting and accounts receivable professionals. We are committed to helping our client’s homeowner associations boards with remote HOA management and client services. To schedule a demo, contact us, call us 865-315-7505or fill out our contact form.

Our Services include:

  • Collection Call Center
  • 3rd Party Collection Agency Option
  • Personalize Notice and Action Communication
  • Lien Recordation
  • Foreclosure Action
  • Credit Reporting Options

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