The Denver Post names Hammersmith Management as one of the “Top 100 Workplaces in Denver”

Mac Tully, CEO and Publisher, The Denver Post Hammersmith Management is honored to once again be named in The Denver Post’s Top Workplaces list for 2015. Our company ranked #32 in the Midsize Employers category, which includes organizations with 150-499 local employees. The Top 100 Workplaces are selected annually by anonymously surveying over

Keep Your Home and Family Safe and Warm

Coloradans love our outdoor lifestyle! The past few months have spoiled Denverites with the unseasonably warm weather. Now it seems as if we’ve made up winter in 2 weeks. As below freezing temperatures and snow settles over Denver, make sure you have taken proper measures to prepare yourself and your home for safety. Tips to

Matt Williams Appointed to Colorado Legislative Action Committee

Please congratulate Matt Williams, he has been appointed to serve on CLAC-the Colorado Legislation Action Committee. The CAI Colorado Legislative Action Committee (CAI CLAC), a committee of CAI, is the official voice with legislators and regulators in Colorado. CAI CLAC exists to speak with one voice on legislative and regulatory matters that affect community associations,

Please Welcome Our Newest Community Management Team!

Congratulations to our new Community Management Team! Please congratulate our new outstanding team members! Hammersmith Management strongly believes in the value of educating our team members to prepare for successful partnerships with our Community Associations. Our new managers attend over a month of intensive training and testing in all areas of Association Management, from business

How Do You Grade Your HOA?

Community Associations Institute recently released their 2014 National Research by Public Opinion Strategies. The findings again affirm what surveys have been telling us for the last 10 years - most residents are very satisfied, dare we even say happy, with their community association experience. The misconception about common interest communities stems from a) Selective media coverage. Often

Vendor Relationships – Part 1 – Familiarity

Hammersmith is pleased to have another article published in the Community Associations Institute (CAI) Rocky Mountain Chapter magazine, Common Interests. Our latest article discusses the value of Vendor Relationships. In the first part of our three part blog series we will discuss Familiarity. In our personal lives, we often visit the same barber, shop at the same

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