Milford HOA Management at Its Best
The area now known as Milford has been inhabited since prehistoric times, and is thought to have been a Woodland period Native American village. In 1806 John Hageman purchased a parcel of land that had been part of the original Nancarrow survey and became the area’s first modern permanent settler. Upon laying out the village, he named it Hageman’s Mills. By 1811 Milford was more commonly used and the town was officially incorporated as such in 1836. The ford from which the town takes part of its name was replaced by a bridge in 1818, and the mill burnt down in 1920.
Today, the city of Milford has a population of just under 7,000 and works to keep ahold of their own urban identity despite being a suburb of Cincinnati. Events such as the city wide yard sale and new GeoTrail bring the community together. The city is also home to the headquarters of Total Quality Logistics, Penn Station sandwiches, and the North American headquarters of Indian conglomerate Tata.
Single Family and Condo Association Management for the Milford Area
Elite Management believed Milford is a great city in which to live and have made it our mission to offer full service management solutions to the boards of directors of area community associations. These services include violation enforcement, maintenance tracking, administrative duties, financial management, and written correspondence to homeowners, all Backed by state of the art technology and a team of association management professionals. We also offer management services to commercial and mixed-use associations.
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.
Top Notch Service to Homeowner and Condominium Associations
We create our services and educate and certify our professionals not only to serve our residences with individual attention and high value service, but also to protect the value of the homes within the community associations we oversee.