Community Management Is Born
January 25, 2007
After a group of friends discuss the shortcomings, and potential, of their homeowners association, they decide to start Community Management as an opportunity for communities to have a professionally managed association to Protect Property Values, Preserve a Pristine Community, and Promote Open Communications.
March 7, 2007
Community Management, affectionally known as CMGT, is officially formed and begins managing the first association in the home town of Denham Springs, LA with only 1 employee
May 7, 2009
Having outgrown the single office, CMGT moves down the road and expands services to Greater Baton Rouge, as well as Ascension.
January 25, 2011
Continually growing, CMGT now has a staff of 5 and over 20 associations under management.
CMGT holds first ever Food Drive to support the local Food Bank.
November 11, 2012
CMGT holds first ever Food Drive to support the local Food Bank. Staff members, along with association vendors, spend an entire day driving through communities collecting food.
May 5, 2013
CMGT expands services into Hammond and St. Tammany, growing to over 60 associations under management. With the expansion and staff now over 10, CMGT moves into new offices in Baton Rouge.
CMGT crosses over 100 associations
August 8, 2014
CMGT crosses over 100 associations managed and expands into 2 new markets: Lafayette, LA and Shreveport/Bossier City, LA, expanding its footprint throughout Louisiana and growing to the largest association management company in the state. The expansion, along with a growing staff of 30+, means larger office space and thus CMGT moves back to Denham Springs to set up National Headquarters.
CMGT officially starts a Property Management Division
January 1, 2015
CMGT officially starts a Property Management Division to service individual property owners and large investors looking for the same excellent services provided to the associations.
CMGT passes 150 associations management
May 5, 2016
CMGT passes 150 associations management and expands into Mississippi, with services along the Gulf Coast.
The Great Flood of 2016
August 13, 2016
The Great Flood of 2016 leaves 4 feet of water in the National Headquarters, displacing team members and doing damage to countless numbers of communities serviced by CMGT. Through these trying times, CMGT team members go out into the communities to assist residents and the National Headquarters is temporarily relocated to Baton Rouge while the flooded building is rebuilt. Determined to continue uninterrupted services to both those communities affected by the flood and those who were not, CMGT is only closed 4 business days, despite many team members having flooded homes (including the Owners).
CMGT moves back into newly rebuilt National Headquarters
February 2, 2017
CMGT moves back into newly rebuilt National Headquarters and crosses the 175 associations managed mark. Operations have now expanded into Monroe, Lake Charles, Houma, and New Orleans. In the 2017 Annual Report by the Baton Rouge Business Report, CMGT is named the number 1 management company.
CMGT creates the Multifamily Management Division
January 1, 2018
CMGT creates the Multifamily Management Division to begin managing multifamily developments looking for the same premier services offered through the Association and Property Management Divisions. CMGT signs on to oversee full on-site operations for communities in Prairieville, LA and Hammond, LA as it begins to enter the multifamily market.
CMGT begins managing communities in Alabama and Jackson, MS
April 4, 2018
CMGT begins managing communities in Alabama and Jackson, MS, while finalizing details to begin managing communities in Pensacola, FL, pushing the number to 4 states in which CMGT offers its services.
CMGT continues to look for ways to improve services
June 25, 2018
CMGT continues to look for ways to improve services, with plans to roll out new digital communication platforms, while upgrading management software. CMGT is committed to providing the very best services to all clients every day.
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