FLORIDA – Property Management Consultants settles with state, will pay fines
A developer paid $17,350 in homeowners’ association fees and an employee with an Ocala property management company then wrote his company a check for that precise amount, according to documents obtained from the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation.
The same property management firm improperly conducted meetings of another homeowners’ association, did not adjourn one meeting in 2013, and failed to elect a board of directors for 2014, the documents show.
Property Management Consultants Inc. of Ocala, whose principals include S. Wesley Herren and Deborah Herren, has settled with the state concerning those administrative complaints, agreeing to fines of $2,000, plus costs, for each. Read more: