CAS, Inc. Welcomes Janet A. Alcorn as Seven Lakes Landowners Community Assistant Manager

Local Community and Homeowners Association Management Services Firm Hires New Assistant Manager for North Carolina Community

Seven Lakes, NC, July 19, 2013 --( John Stone, president of CAS, Inc. (, a community and homeowners association management services firm, has announced the addition of Janet A. Alcorn as assistant manager for the Seven Lakes Landowners Association (SLLA). In her new position, Alcorn will assist the community through supervising daily operations, including accounts payable, payroll, general administrative and office duties, and working with homeowners to solve any problems or concerns. Having spent two years working in the accounting department for CAS, Inc., she became interested in working in the Homeowners’ Association (HOA) field.

“Janet is a valuable asset to our team at CAS, Inc., and we are happy to have her in her new role as assistant manager for the Seven Lakes community,” said Stone. “With her determined attitude and diligent work ethic, we are certain she will be a wonderful addition to our managerial team.”

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

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