What do 5 of the top 75 most popular active adult communities in the country have in common? Why, CCMC of course! The team at 55Places.com recently compiled their list of top 100 active adult communities, as evidenced by the number of visitors to each community page over the past year.
Congratulations to Frisco Lakes (Frisco, Texas), Hill Country Retreat (San Antonio, Texas), Anthem Ranch (Broomfield, Colorado), Siena (Las Vegas, Nevada) and Del Webb Sweetgrass (Richmond, Texas) for making the list. They were ranked as follows:
No. 18: Frisco Lakes
No. 27: Hill Country Retreat
No. 32: Anthem Ranch
No. 49: Siena
No. 72: Del Webb Sweetgrass
Congratulations to all of our most popular active adult communities! We can’t help but notice your CCMC edge. To read the complete list, CLICK HERE.
CCMC has recently entered into an agreement with Castle Hill Partners (CHP) to provide pre-development consulting services for their Trinity Falls project in McKinney, Texas. The 1,700-acre mixed-use master-planned community will eventually include up to 4,500 households, retail space and a 250-acre park along the East Fork of the Trinity River. It will be the third-largest residential development in the McKinney area, behind Stonebridge Ranch (5,000 acres) and Craig Ranch (2,000 acres). The plans also include land for two elementary schools, one middle school, hike and bike trails, ball fields, amphitheaters, and small parks scattered throughout. Trinity Falls will be open for business (and lot sales) in the second quarter of 2014. Read more
The excerpt below is from an article that recently ran in the National Association of Home Builders 50+Housing Online Magazine.
Got Lifestyle? This question is often asked in 50+ circles. But what does it really mean? Not to be confused with fancy amenity centers, special events, health and wellness classes, or recreational programming; Lifestyle is the collective value of all social networks and the inclinations that arise from these networks to do things for each other. So how do we get it? CLICK HERE to find out!
The article below was published in the Spring 2013 issue of Community Resource Magazine.
Community Managers are in the business of protecting the greatest investment most people will ever make… their home. The roots of everything we do – covenant enforcement, design review, landscape maintenance, reserve planning and homeowner relations – circles back to this basic premise. While investment protection was the original purpose of Homeowners Associations, today’s marketplace has created an amazing opportunity for Community Managers to actually help grow this investment for their clients.
In the not-so-distant past, Homeowner Associations were focused on rule enforcement. The “rules” were about property appearance and resident behavior. Controlling both the former and the latter was the near-impossible charge of “Property Mangers”. The issues at stake included loud noises, pesky children, overgrown weeds, abandoned dog poop and trash can removal. Homeowner involvement was typically discouraged. Partnerships with outside entities were limited and isolation was commonplace. Privatopia1 - a land where individual rights outweighed the general good – had emerged. Read more
CCMC has recently entered into an agreement with Morrison Ranch Inc., Lennar Homes and Ashton Woods to provide pre-development consulting and financial management services to Desert Place. Our services will include budget forecasting, community governance review, and lifestyle amenity and programming recommendations. “Imagine a place where families can truly connect to history and enjoy the rural character of the land. This will happen at Desert Place. CCMC is honored to be entrusted with this vision,” explains division president Delores Ferguson.
Like Morrison Ranch, Desert Place will offer similar landscaping, recreation and urban design. The only Morrison Ranch neighborhood located within the City of Mesa, Desert Place is situated on 405 acres and will eventually include 681 homes, plus commercial and industrial complexes. A network of sidewalks and trails will connect neighbors to a central recreation area, which will include basketball courts, volleyball courts, playgrounds and shade structures. A second recreation area will be designed for soccer, softball and field hockey. Evergreen Elms will line each residential street.
CCMC has managed Morrison Ranch since inception. The exceptional service and leadership CCMC has provided there has resulted in this new business.
CCMC has been named the new community association management firm for Stoneleigh Heights. “The CCMC team at SunCrest has demonstrated our value and commitment to community. Under the leadership of community manager Tod Bean, they have given Stoneleigh Heights the confidence to begin a relationship with our firm,” explains division president Delores Ferguson.
Located within the SunCrest master association, this neighborhood is perched above the Draper East Bench and features magnificent views of the Wasatch and Oquirrh Mountains and the Salt Lake Valley. Amenities include 25 miles of trails for walking, mountain biking and cross country skiing.
CCMC will begin serving Stoneleigh Heights is June 1, 2013. Please join us in welcoming them to the CCMC family.
Did you know the “Best Retirement Community” in Frisco, Texas is managed by CCMC? That’s right, according to the 2013 Star Local Media Readers Choice Awards; The Village at Frisco Lakes Community Association is the “Best Retirement Community” in town. In fact, over 2,500 readers of the Frisco Enterprise, a Star Local Media publication, voted electronically and by written ballot to select the winners of over 170 categories.
Frisco Lakes is a Del Webb active adult community with 1,400 homes. It will eventually have 2,350. The community features a 28,000 square foot amenity center (including an indoor pool and spa, billiards room, computer room, ballroom, indoor walking track and fitness center), outdoor pool and spa, tennis courts, bocce courts and 18-hole golf course. No wonder it’s so much fun! Congratulations to all our friends at Frisco Lakes.
Caldwell Companies has named CCMC the community association management firm for Willowcreek Ranch, an exclusive equestrian community in northwest Houston. Located in the Tomball area and designed for 250 custom home sites, Willowcreek Ranch is both scenic and serene. The centerpiece of this community will be a sparkling 40-acre lake. Willowcreek Ranch will ultimately offer full equestrian facilities, more than 7 miles of riding trails, boat house, fitness center, parks and open space.
“Imagine being able to escape on your horse, into a private oasis, whenever you like,” explains division president Todd Davidson, “That is the uncomplicated vision for Willowcreek Ranch. Like the other boutique communities in our care, this one will receive exceptional service and responsiveness from CCMC.”
Our service will begin on May 1. Please join us in welcoming Willowcreek Ranch to the CCMC family.
(l to r) Kevin Pollock, Lisa Lundskow, Sharon Bolinger, Joe Cook, Dave Houston
CCMC is pleased to announce that Kevin Pollock (Terravita, AZ), Lisa Lundskow (Estrella, AZ), Sharon Bolinger (Red Rock, NV), Joe Cook (Central Division Vice President) and Dave Houston (Coral Canyon, UT) have all joined the elite group of community association managers who have earned the Professional Community Association Manager® (PCAM®) designation. They were pinned last night at the Community Associations Institute (CAI) National Conference in San Diego, California.
Over the past thirty years, Community Associations Institute (CAI) has awarded the coveted PCAM® to the top 5% of managers in the country. To earn the PCAM® designation, managers must have five years of industry experience, complete more than 100 hours of course work and submit a satisfactory case study.
Please join us in congratulating Kevin, Lisa, Sharon, Joe and Dave on this significant achievement.
Every year, Ranking Arizona conducts the largest business opinion poll in the state. Consumers have the chance to vote for their favorite businesses and service providers. This year is no different. And CCMC wants your vote for RankingArizona’s “Best Management Company”! To cast your vote, simply CLICK HERE, scroll down and search by name. Once you have typed in “CCMC”, hit enter. You will see that CCMC has been nominated in both residential and commercial categories. You can vote for both. Votes can be cast once a quarter, per category, per email address. Don’t deay! Vote today! We are thrilled to be your association management firm of choice and we appreciate your business.