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Paul Mengert Association Management Group

614 W. Friendly Ave.
Greensboro NC 27401 United States
(336) 273-8600

http://www.amgworld.com

Association Management Group’s savvy services

August 13, 2016
 
Paul Mengert recognized that every client and every community would be different, with its own unique needs and desires, when he founded and organized Association Management Group in 1985. Today, more than 30 years later, a wealth of services are offered to meet the many needs of hundreds of properties extending across the Carolinas, which are served by the company. AMG extends maintenance, customer service options, financial planning and financial statements to its clients. They also assist with any due process, if desired, and architectural issues with the property as needed. Billing and collections work can be provided by AMG as well as fidelity protection, tax assistance and preparation, and other rendered services as discussed one-on-one.

Paul Mengert and the AMG Difference

May 28, 2016
 
Upon creating his company, CEO Paul Mengert knew that he needed to set his community management business aside from others in some way. He needed to ensure that Association Management Group (AMG) was unique in this growing industry, in a field that ranged from small teams to national leaders. And since 1985, with Mengert at the helm, AMG has grown to manage more than 300 townhouses, condominiums and planned unit developments across North Carolina and South Carolina, becoming a significant forerunner within the trade.

AMG strives to bring a significant difference to its vast customer base, and that includes bringing in the top community management professionals as well as the most up-to-date resources and technologies. Mengert’s company prides itself on intensive training programs for HOA managers across both states, advanced management software, transition experts for companies joining AMG and superior customer service staff. AMG offers special programs for all HOA communities as well based on their individual needs and the desires of staff, clients and residents. Additionally, AMG boasts national accreditation for more than 20 years from the Community Associations Institute. These resources help AMG and Mengert rise above competitors big and small for more than 30 years.

Privatizing the housing sector under Paul Mengert

February 14, 2016
 
Paul Mengert is a professional trainer and president of the Association Management Group – a community management association in North and South Carolina. He has served in different governmental positions for over 30 years. He has served as a board of directors in the United States for the Givat Haviva Educational Foundation and as an advisor on the housing sector. Mr. Mengert served as the advisor to USAID area of accommodation to both Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. He also helps develop strategies for privatizing the government housing as well as forming the thousands of new homeowners associations in those two countries. Paul has also worked for some non-governmental groups. He has worked for Community Associations Institute and James B. Hunt, the former Governor of North Carolina.

With over thirty years of experience, Paul has been instrumental in fostering community developments and housing policies. He founded the Association Management Group, an association in 1984. Besides, he was certified as a Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) in 1990 and thus uses his experience and skills to train people in matters related to housing and management and to teach people on house ownership. He offers educational classes about homeowners association and has been involved in a managing development program for Harvard Business School Alumni Association of Charlotte.

Mr. Mengert is a graduate of Harvard Business School and the University of North Carolina, majoring in Political Science and Communications. He currently community of Greensboro, North Carolina.

Marriage and AMG

December 29, 2015
 
It was 1985 when Paul Mengert and May Gayle Mengert were married. Paul and May Gayle have emphasized time and time again that everything they needed to know they learned from their thirty years of marriage. This has been a learning experience for them, as it should be for everyone, but it has been a good one!

Their first piece of advice is to follow your instincts, by which they mean to do the right thing. At Association Management Group, Paul Mengert has always done what he thought was right. He's in the business of protecting the best interests of their associations, so AMG has to act swiftly and decisively. A good association manager is like a good parent, they applaud when the right thing is done and use the wrong decisions as teaching moments.

Paul and May Gayle were always thrifty, spending only what they could afford. They have applied this same principle to their work with Association Management Group, ensuring the company's long-term future by emphasizing savings. They manage communities from all sorts of financial backgrounds and they always are able to offer a competitive price for their superior product.

There are of course other lessons—never stop learning, always give back to the community, and most importantly—have fun! The same lessons that have carried Paul Mengert's marriage for thirty years have also made AMG a more successful firm.

Paul Mengert: President Of Association Management Group

June 25, 2015
 
Paul Mengert, the President of Association Management Group, likes to be able to make things happen, especially for those who deserve it most. So when Dan Hennigan, retired army officer and corporate executive and full-time professional volunteer, and his thirty-five year old son needed transportation to Duke University Hospital due to their rare blood disease, Paul Mengert was happy to oblige. He flew the Hennigans to Duke and back as part of the non-profit organizations based in Atlanta called Angel Flight Soars. The non-profit recruits pilots to fly medical missions throughout the South. In fact, since 1983 the non-profit has experienced increased efforts. In the last couple of years, they have flown more than two-thousand missions annually across the Southeastern United States.