Fairborn Community Association Management
Elite Management provides association management solutions to homeowners and condominium associations in Fairborn through our Dayton, OH office.
Fairborn was established in 1950 upon the merger of the villages of Fairfield and Osborn, from which the city’s name creates a portmanteau. Fairfield was founded in 1816 and Osborn in 1850, but the latter was forced to move out of the floodplain in 1921 following the Great Dayton Flood of 1913.
Prior to the merger, Fairfield’s nearby Huffman Prairie was used as early as 1904 by the Wright brothers to test their prototype aircraft and train pilots. One of today’s major employers of the area, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, was established in 1948 when Huffman Prairie and Patterson Field came together. The Fairborn Agreement, a 1995 peace accord between Bosnia-Herzegovina and the former Yugoslavia, was negotiated at the airbase. The city is also home to Wright University, and the largest elementary school in Ohio, Fairborn Primary School.
Colonial and post-modern architecture are prevalent throughout the city, a stark contrast between different parts of town. Most of the city buildings are constructed of glass and brick. Developments of both old townhomes and condominiums, and new neighborhoods have been built in the classic colonial style.
We specialize in HOA and Condominium Management
At Elite, we believe Fairborn is a great place to live. Our mission is to assist the boards of directors of the community associations in the city by offering full service management solutions, raising property values and making the area an even more desirable place to live. Backed by state of the art technology and a team of association management professionals dedicated to providing the best service possible, our services include financial management, written correspondence to homeowners, administrative duties, maintenance tracking, and violation enforcement.
For more information on how we can partner with your homeowners association to better your community, please feel free to contact us by phone or email. We look forward to speaking to board members about their vision and goals for the neighborhood they call home.