For more than 35 years, Angela Falzone has been a residential property manager and consultant for buildings ranging in size from 3 to 700 units. Each building has received the same level of personal service and thoroughness as the other.

Angela’s experience includes developer design, construction, management and marketing, thereby giving her full understanding of the nuances of new construction and the needs — and obligations — of developers.

During her career with Venterra Management for more than 19 years, she oversaw the management of their residential portfolio, as well as, commercial properties including shopping centers and office buildings.

As an independent residential property manager and consultant for more than 15 years, Angela has guided countless satisfied clients through such issues as management, law suits, developer turnovers, financing renovation projects through bank loans, board trainings, self-management and virtually every aspect of the multi-unit functions and requirements.

Angela’s knowledge of the Illinois Condominium Property Act — combined with her ability to translate your specific By-Laws and Declaration in a simple way you’ll be able to understand — will benefit your Association in determining what solution options are best for the situation, including when it is necessary to bring in your attorney or other specialists.

Since 2002, AAI has helped more than 145 association clients—ranging in size from 3 to 700 units, management companies and developers—with board training, developer turnover, start-up association procedures, new management searches/transitions, rules and regulations guidance, self-management and special projects.

Angela Falzone is a Licensed Community Association Manager through the State of Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation. She is also a frequent speaker at condominium trade and radio shows for ACTHA, CAI and CAR and is often quoted in the Chicago Tribune, Red Eye, Sun-Times and Condo Lifestyles as an expert in condominium management and developer turnover issues.

In August 2010, we are proud to announce that Angela was nominated by a group of industry professionals and appointed to the Illinois Community Association Manager Licensing and Disciplinary Board of the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, which is intended for the regulation of managers of community associations as per statute 225 ILCS 427.
Together, with Shirley’s project management expertise, the Association Advocates team will guide you in protecting your investment.
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