Crest Management Company, Aamc

★★★★☆
  • 17171 Park Row Ste 310

    Houston, TX 77084

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  • 281-579-0761

About Crest Management Company, Aamc

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It is the Board of Directors that hire the Management Company. Each Home Owner Association has a set of legal documents including rules & regulations that all residents are required to abide by. Without these and the necessary enforcement,

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It is the Board of Directors that hire the Management Company. Each Home Owner Association has a set of legal documents including rules & regulations that all residents are required to abide by. Without these and the necessary enforcement,

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Crest Management is group that is selected and used by develops to run properties. They manage my subdivision and all the rest in my area for that matter. I pay in to 2 HOA that they run and have been to many of these board meetings for

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Crest Management is group that is selected and used by develops to run properties. They manage my subdivision and all the rest in my area for that matter. I pay in to 2 HOA that they run and have been to many of these board meetings for

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I am not a manager and don't even live in Texas, but I can tell those of you who have complained, unfairly about this company. The management companies work for the Board of Directors of the homeowners association and their responsibilities are dictated by the Board; therefore if you have a problem with violations you need to talk to the Board. Management is doing what the Board has asked them to do. When the management company sends out a violation letter it is at the behest of the Board of Directors for your association.

If you think your Board is weak-minded and very corruptible perhaps you should run for the Board and get more involved in the administration of your community. Just remember it is a thankless job, with no pay, little appreciation and a great deal of responsibility.

In addition, the management company has nothing to do with foreclosures.

I am employed by a vendor company that serves HOAs and our motto is "Friends don't let friends buy into HOAs". And I can't think of a more thankless job than being a board member of such an association. People who violate the rules are people who don't care about their own investment in their community and cost others who do care more than their share of the overhead involved with the running of an HOA.

My advice to complainers is get involved and make a difference instead of wasting your energy by complaining about the attempts others are making on your behalf.

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★★★★☆

I am not a manager and don't even live in Texas, but I can tell those of you who have complained, unfairly about this company. The management companies work for the Board of Directors of the homeowners association and their responsibilities are dictated by the Board; therefore if you have a problem with violations you need to talk to the Board. Management is doing what the Board has asked them to do. When the management company sends out a violation letter it is at the behest of the Board of Directors for your association.

If you think your Board is weak-minded and very corruptible perhaps you should run for the Board and get more involved in the administration of your community. Just remember it is a thankless job, with no pay, little appreciation and a great deal of responsibility.

In addition, the management company has nothing to do with foreclosures.

I am employed by a vendor company that serves HOAs and our motto is "Friends don't let friends buy into HOAs". And I can't think of a more thankless job than being a board member of such an association. People who violate the rules are people who don't care about their own investment in their community and cost others who do care more than their share of the overhead involved with the running of an HOA.

My advice to complainers is get involved and make a difference instead of wasting your energy by complaining about the attempts others are making on your behalf.

Pros: Great Management

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They have people who come around the neighborhood and trespass on your property in order to try to find 'violations' of the deed restrictions. When they can't find one, they make up their own rules just so they can harass you. If you actually are naive enough to put in a request to change your property, they will keep coming back asking for new things until you finally give up and just forget about it. They also ensure that each cycle of your request and their response takes long enough that it takes 2 months between your subsequent requests for the same project. They go to a lot of trouble to ensure that nothing that *you* want to do actually gets done. Avoid these scumbags at all cost.

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★☆☆☆☆

They have people who come around the neighborhood and trespass on your property in order to try to find 'violations' of the deed restrictions. When they can't find one, they make up their own rules just so they can harass you. If you actually are naive enough to put in a request to change your property, they will keep coming back asking for new things until you finally give up and just forget about it. They also ensure that each cycle of your request and their response takes long enough that it takes 2 months between your subsequent requests for the same project. They go to a lot of trouble to ensure that nothing that *you* want to do actually gets done. Avoid these scumbags at all cost.

Pros: None whatsoever

Cons: Basically anything dealing with them is a con

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Crest Management Company is the worst enemy you could ever consider. Prestonwood Forest subdivision in NW Houston (extraterritorial) is managed by these sterling folks. I CERTAINLY WISH THERE WAS A ZERO RATING, BECAUSE THEY DESERVE IT. What they are doing to the residents of Prestonwood in the guise of improving our subdivision is unethical, immoral, and thoroughly dispicable. To get even the barest understanding of the depth of the problem and Crest's involvement in it, go to prestonwoodforest (dot) net and look at their site. Prepare to spend a while. There's probably more than a hundred pages of material here if you print it all out. If you are looking for a management company, you'd probably like them. They would foreclose on their own mother and say it was good for the community. They have co-opted our weak-minded and very corruptible board members and have set Prestonwood up to become a rental haven in short order. The fining process has begun. Homeowners now receive a letter telling them they have 10 days to complete such things as Crest deems them to be non-compliant with (which may or may not be in your deed restrictions... they write and enforce their own from time to time). If the homeowners exceed the 10-day limit (including several folks told to "paint their houses", they are subject to a $200/day fine. Scores or hundreds of these letters were delivered on Friday October 19th, 2007.

If you value your subdivision you will not allow these unscrupulous villains in your streets. They start out slowly, but man, when they get rolling, they MOVE. And all they look for is a CORRUPT or CORRUPTIBLE board. Sooner or later, you'll get one. It took Prestonwood 35 years, but we got one. These Crest people are SLIME IN THE ICE MACHINE!! Where is MARVIN ZINDLER when you need him?

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★☆☆☆☆

Crest Management Company is the worst enemy you could ever consider. Prestonwood Forest subdivision in NW Houston (extraterritorial) is managed by these sterling folks. I CERTAINLY WISH THERE WAS A ZERO RATING, BECAUSE THEY DESERVE IT. What they are doing to the residents of Prestonwood in the guise of improving our subdivision is unethical, immoral, and thoroughly dispicable. To get even the barest understanding of the depth of the problem and Crest's involvement in it, go to prestonwoodforest (dot) net and look at their site. Prepare to spend a while. There's probably more than a hundred pages of material here if you print it all out. If you are looking for a management company, you'd probably like them. They would foreclose on their own mother and say it was good for the community. They have co-opted our weak-minded and very corruptible board members and have set Prestonwood up to become a rental haven in short order. The fining process has begun. Homeowners now receive a letter telling them they have 10 days to complete such things as Crest deems them to be non-compliant with (which may or may not be in your deed restrictions... they write and enforce their own from time to time). If the homeowners exceed the 10-day limit (including several folks told to "paint their houses", they are subject to a $200/day fine. Scores or hundreds of these letters were delivered on Friday October 19th, 2007.

If you value your subdivision you will not allow these unscrupulous villains in your streets. They start out slowly, but man, when they get rolling, they MOVE. And all they look for is a CORRUPT or CORRUPTIBLE board. Sooner or later, you'll get one. It took Prestonwood 35 years, but we got one. These Crest people are SLIME IN THE ICE MACHINE!! Where is MARVIN ZINDLER when you need him?

Pros: Full range of services to violate your subdivision with. Expert at fleecing you

Cons: Will bankrupt your subdivision. have poorer morals than alleycats in heat

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