Pinehurst, NC, June 20, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- John Stone, president of CAS, Inc. (http://www.casnc.com/), a community and homeowners association management services firm, has announced that Mystre’ Van Horn, community manager of Fairfield Harbour in New Bern, N.C., and Dan Quartermane, portfolio manager to the Triangle region, have been named among the top 10 on-site community managers and portfolio managers in the United States respectively by The Council of Community Association Professionals (CCAP). These awards recognize those in the management services industry that display excellence in their field. This honor follows Van Horn and Quartermane’s recent recognition as being named Managers of Distinction by the Community Associations Institute’s North Carolina Chapter (CAI-NC).
Van Horn joined CAS, Inc. in 2011, serving as the on-site manager for the residential boating and golfing community of Fairfield Harbour, located in New Bern. Responsible for handling the day-to-day operations of the community, Van Horn oversees the communication between staff, owners, committee members, board members and local leaders. Prior to joining CAS, Inc., Van Horn previously worked for Century 21 as part of her extensive background in the real estate industry.
Based in Apex, N.C., Quartermane is the portfolio manager for several communities across the Triangle, which includes an estimated 3,000 homes. He is responsible for inspecting his communities for any issues or repairs that need to be addressed and ensuring that each community is following its local ordinances. Working with the communities’ boards of directors, Quartermane helps prevent any legal discrepancies the communities may encounter. Since joining CAS, Inc. in 2006, he has received his Certified Manager of Community Associations (CMCA), Association Management Specialist (AMS) and Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) designations.
For more information about CCAP and the top 10 on-site managers award, visit http://www.manageroftheyear.org/ccap/.
“I am incredibly delighted that Mystre’ and Dan have been recognized by the CCAP for their great honors,” said Stone. “This wonderful achievement stands as a testament to their commitment to leading some of the finest residential communities our state has to offer, and I commend them both for their unprecedented and extraordinary service to CAS, Inc.”
About CAS, Inc.:
The largest homeowner and community association management service in North Carolina, CAS, Inc. has been providing HOAs with experienced and talented staff for more than 37 years. At the forefront of the HOA management business, CAS strives to ensure the community and homeowner associations they employ are staffed with dedicated managers and financial teams, including individuals who have attained a CPA MBA or JD. CAS provides technology services that are unprecedented in North Carolina and allow HOAs to collect dues securely, review architectural histories, track work requests and post association rules, calendars and forms. The company has been awarded the Accredited Association Management Company (AAMC) by the Community Associations Institute, the only national recognition awarded to HOA management companies. CAS promises to always bring customers cost efficient and timely solutions to their community and homeowners associations’ problems and objectives. For more information, visit http://www.casnc.com/.
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