JAMIE ZWICKER COMPLETES LCAM CERTIFICATION
October, 2018- FCPG would like to congratulate Jamie Zwicker on completing the Licensed Community Association Manager (LCAM) Certification.
Jamie joined FCPG’s Commercial Association Property Management Team in 2018. She brings an extensive property management background and a wealth of knowledge to FCPG that will prove to be beneficial to the association team.
LCAM Meaning & Commercial Requirements
A CAM License is required to manage an association with more than 10 units or an association that has an annual budget that is greater than $100,000. Every two years, a continual education course is required to renew the license.
Choose an LCAM
Choosing a property manager with a CAM License even when you’re not required to ensures that your manager is properly qualified, educated and experienced to manage your property. From coordinating a minor maintenance repair, to allocating association funds, a LCAM ensures each task is handled with the utmost care. Having a CAM license ensures that your manager is up to date on the laws of the Florida Statutes.
Why FCPG LCAM
FCPG’s Commercial Association Property Management Team members all hold an LCAM and work to exceed the expectation of the Association Boards and Owners. FCPG LCAMs have managed both traditional commercial and Commercial Associations since. This experience brings a wealth of knowledge that is applied to all of the properties the team manages.
FCPG Association Management
The FCPG Commercial Association Management Team manages Medical Office Condominiums, Professional Office Condominiums, Master / Land Associations and Retail / Industrial Associations. The team’s portfolio is diverse in property types and sizes. All managers act with FCPG’s goal of Building Wealth & Trust through Stewardship in mind.
Jamie’s newly acquired CAM License enhances her ability to uphold to FCPG’s standard of service. Learn more about the Commercial Association Management Services and request a management proposal here.