Community Association Group

Community Association Group is pleased to have the opportunity to introduce our company and services. CAG specializes in the management of Common Interest Communities - Condominiums, Townhome & Homeowner Associations in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Since 1985, we have been a leader in the professional management of planned communities, condominiums, and cooperatives.  Our experienced staff is comprised of accredited professionals and our services are based upon the most respected practices within the property management industry.

CAG’s founder and CEO; Deborah Ho-Beckstrom is a recognized leader and industry expert within the unique discipline of homeowner association (HOA) management services. Deborah has been in the property management industry for over 30 years and holds the highest designation (CPM®) provided to professional property managers by the Institute of Real Estate Management (IREM®). She has served as a Regional Vice President for IREM® and is a past President of the Minnesota chapter of IREM®. She is also a past President of the local chapter of the Community Association Institute (CAI).

In addition, our team of certified managers, assistant managers, and support staff are dedicated to providing the highest quality service while catering to the unique needs of each individual community. We offer complete servicing in administration, financial management, and property maintenance and have implemented the latest technological advances in the management industry to solve the complex issues presented in today’s communities.

CAG’s goal is to guide the association's board of directors in maintaining the beauty and value of the association, and to protect every homeowner’s investment. Your management team will design a customized program that also works to enhance communication and create a true sense of community for your neighborhood.


community association group
4672 Slater Rd | Eagan, MN 55122
Phone: (651) 882-0400 | Fax: (651) 882-0405
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