Durham, NC, February 14, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- John Stone, president of CAS, Inc., a community and homeowners association management services firm, has announced the addition of the Parkwood community to its management portfolio. Located in south Durham off NC Highway 54, Parkwood is an eclectically planned community featuring single-family homes, townhomes and apartments. Home to more than 3,000 residents, the community is nestled next to a ball field and elementary school, and it includes more than 100 acres of trails, parks, playgrounds and lakes.
With the addition of Parkwood, CAS now has the distinction of managing the oldest, largest, tallest and smallest residential communities in the state of North Carolina. St. James Plantation, a single-family community in Southport, is the largest, projected to have 6,000 lots at completion. The tallest building CAS manages is the PNC building in downtown Raleigh, which stands at 33 stories tall. The smallest community is the McCormick Office in Pinehurst, with four owners. Parkwood, the oldest community in the state, was one of the first homeowners associations formed in North Carolina, on Sept. 25, 1960.
CAS, Inc. has provided community management for more than 38 years to communities across North Carolina. For more information on Parkwood and other communities managed by CAS, visit http://www.casnc.com/communities.htm.
“We are excited to announce the addition of Parkwood as our newest community,” said Stone. “Managing the oldest, largest, tallest and smallest communities in the state is a huge accomplishment our entire team is extremely proud of and we will continue to provide high quality management services to the people in all our communities.”
About CAS, Inc.:
The largest and most established 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/.