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Golden Valley Property Management LLC

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Golden Valley Property Management LLC

13253 N La Montana Dr

Fountain Hills, Arizona,85268

United States

Company Description

We were drawn into the collections business by board members looking for a way to reduce their expenses while increasing their success rate of collecting this debt. Golden Valley Collections is a sister company of Golden Valley Property Management (GVPM) so we...more

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Golden Valley Property Management - Welcome to Golden Valley Property Management

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Michael D. LatzMichael D. Latz, founder of GVPM, has strong experience with small business management, as well as the issues facing Associations today in Arizona.After Latz completed his MBA degree at the University of Minnesota, he moved to Arizona.Coming from a family of entrepreneurs, Latz has worked in small companies or has been self-employed since 1990.In 1997, he purchased his first home in a self-managed community.Shortly thereafter, he was elected to the Board of Directors and assumed the fiduciary responsibilities of the Treasurer and Secretary.


Arizona Association of Community Managers - Management Company Members

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Michael Latz, President


Arizona Association of Community Managers Home Page

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Michael Latz, Presidentmlatz@gvpm.com


Golden Valley Property Management - Community Association Management in Arizona - AtHomeNet.com

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www.gvpm.com Email: Mickey Latz (mlatz@gvpm.com) PO Box 73259 Phoenix, Arizona 85050 Phone: (602) 294-0999 Fax: (602) 294-0103
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Managers should not take sides, regardless of what they think about the recall effort, says Mickey Latz, CMCA, AMS, president and owner of Golden Valley Property Management in Phoenix.
Latz, whose company manages about 50 associations, says he has had a couple of experiences with recalls. "You're working for the whole community and trying to look out for the board of directors from a legal standpoint," he says. "Favoring a subset of people over another subset of people in the community is obviously dangerous." For those reasons, Latz says that if someone approaches him confidentially and asks what it takes to recall a board member, he feels obliged to point them in the right direction. "It's up to the homeowners to determine whether they want to initiate a recall of an individual," he says. It's up to the management company to handle logistics, like counting ballots and scheduling meetings. That said, when there is talk of a recall, Latz says he has asked those involved whether they really want to go through a contentious, community-splitting event. He has advised board members to consider resigning, or told dissident owners to consider waiting until a board member's term expires, rather than going through the recall process. He believes the maxim "keep your friends close and your enemies closer" rings true in recall situations.


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