Multiple locations in the area enable the Albert Management team to quickly and flexibly service communities throughout the region. Additionally, membership with Innovia grants even the smallest community the benefits of nationwide scale.
Unlock a higher level of service with Albert Management.
Community association management
Custom HOA websites & apps
Board member tools
Albert Management is a full-service, locally owned management company headquartered right on Boardwalk Avenue in Palm Desert, CA. If you’re an HOA board looking for a new management approach that makes living in your community easier and more rewarding – Albert can help.
Family-oriented results: as a family owned business, Albert Management believes in treating every customer and employee like family.
Focused on results: Albert Management combines modern tools with proven experience.
A nationwide network: As a member of Innovia co-op, the largest nationwide cooperative of HOA management companies, Albert Management has the scale of over 1.1 million households – while retaining the independence of a locally ownership and operation.
In 2001, the management company Albert Management’s founder, Tom Albert, managed 100 associations and 25,000 homes was quickly sold, with instructions to close the doors and terminate every employee.
But with over 75 association customers and over 50 employees, homeowners were instantly without effective management and employees were without jobs. Right then and there, Tom made the decision to create Albert Management Inc – and over a period of 2 months, organized the company, found a new office, and leveraged every personal asset possible to keep his core team paid. A short time later, Albert Management was created to serve 15 associations. Years later, that number continues to rise – and Tom’s commitment to both his customers and his employees has remained a constant.
As an industry leader and member of Innovia co-op, the nation’s largest cooperative of CAM companies, Albert communities gain exclusive access to greater purchasing power, vendor relationships, discounts, and more.
What does that mean for homeowners and boards? Greater efficiencies, better partnerships, and happier communities.