Reliable and Committed
We’re known for our reliable and committed approach to services for condominium and townhome associations in Minnesota. We specialize in delivering exceptional HOA property management for associations in the Minneapolis and St. Paul, MN area.
Sharper Management is committed to helping make our communities a better place to live.
By supporting local businesses and charities we give back to those around us.
Proud to call Minnesota home.
Sharper Management is a locally-owned, mid-sized property management company offering a full-suite of premiere services to the Minneapolis-St. Paul seven-county area.
Sharper has done a great job assisting us with the management of our development. With their assistance and due diligence our outstanding collections are under control. They have done a great job of keeping us up to date on claims, budgets, etc.
Their website is a great tool for scheduling of repairs, etc. The repair team is wonderful – the guys are prompt, courteous and do thorough job.”
Sharper Management has provided our townhome association with impartial financial and management services that guided the Association through major projects over the past 8 years that include re-siding and re-roofing of 164 townhome units. We completed these projects without having to charge the homeowners any special assessments.
Sharper also has done an excellent job of providing all our management services for ongoing maintenance and bookkeeping needs.Jason B
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