Association Management Group - AtSunset.Com
December 18, 2019
 
There are many things that Paul Mengert, Association Management Group CEO, believes in strongly, but one of his greatest beliefs is that giving back to a community is one of the most important things anyone can do. That is reason why AMG was founded back in 1984 in his beloved hometown of Greensboro, North Carolina.

There is a lot more to Paul Mengert than being the CEO of a successful firm, however. For example, look at his education. Paul Mengert majored in Political Science and Communications at the University of North Carolina. Then, in 1990, Paul Mengert earned a Professional Community Association Manager (PCAM) certification and he graduated from Harvard Business School in 2005. He has also served on the national senior faculty for the Community Associations Institute.

For Paul Mengert, AMG is only part of his life. He also President of the Carolinas Chapter of the Community Associations Institute, where he teaches classes about homeowner's associations. These classes are approved as continuing education credits by organizations all over the country, including the South Carolina Department of Real Estate, the North Carolina Board of Realtors and even the California Department of Real Estate. Organizations trust Paul based on his extensive experience in the real estate industry and his highly successful career in association management.
June 20, 2019
 
His love of community is so strong that Paul Mengert has also served on the national senior faculty for the Community Associations Institute for years and he still teaches classes designed to make homeowners’ associations work better for the homeowners they are supposed to serve. The classes often provide continuing education credits by many groups, including the North Carolina Board of Realtors, the California Department of Real Estate, the South Carolina Department of Real Estate, the Florida Bureau of Condominiums, and the Georgia Department of Real Estate.

Besides teaching homeowners’ associations how to be more effective, Paul Mengert’s AMG (Association Management Group) has tended to participate in activities designed to make his community better. For example, a food drive for Greensboro Urban Ministry led to the distribution of more than 1 million pounds of food to the hungry in Greater Greensboro. Organizations all over the country trust Paul Mengert because of his extensive experience in the industry, where he has demonstrated superior skill as a successful specialist in association management.