Meet Mr. Dan Huntley – Founder
D. L. "Dan" Huntley brings over 28 years experience to the table to assist his clients in the area of common interest subdivisions (homeowner associations and condominiums). That experience has been used by attorneys, management companies, title companies, engineers, developers, boards of directors and committees for condominium and home owner associations.
An effective negotiator, Dan has excelled as a liaison between developer and associations during the transition process and also in providing high-quality solutions to today's problems surrounding associations and day-to-day operations.
Mr. Huntley owned the largest homeowner association management firm in northern California, which was sold in 1987, with over 7,000 units under his management.
Dan is a Reserve Specialist certified by the Community Association Institute (CAI) and a Professional Reserve Analyst certified by the Association of Professional Reserve Analysts (APRA). His expertise extends, but is not limited to assistance in budget preparation, reserve study preparation, asset management, and liaison between the developer and the association during the transition process. He is often called upon by the CAI and APRA to teach classes.
Tamarra "Tammy" Axton has over 16 years experience that she brings to the table to assist clients in the area of common interest subdivisions (homeowner associations and condominiums).
Ms. Axton is a certified Professional Reserve Analyst by APRA.
Mr. Huntley’s and Ms. Axton's expertise extends, but is not limited, to assistance in budget preparation, reserve study preparation, asset management, and liaison between developer and association during the transition process.
Mr. Huntley and Ms. Axton have the ability to work with many entities to bring about a smooth and reliable solution to today’s problems surrounding homeowner associations and day-to-day operations.
You can rely on Mr. Huntley’s firm because it will be here today and tomorrow to serve your needs and provide affordable budget and reserve study services.
We specialize in reserve studies using the “Baseline Pooling” method of funding or the “Full Funding and meet or exceed the Association of Independent Certified Public Accountant (AICPA-CIRA) standards, Association of Professional Reserve Analyst standards (APRA) and the Community Association Institute (CAI) standards. Our ultimate goal is to avoid special assessments if at all possible.
Licensed engineers and other reliable sources are used to develop costs and life cycles for all reserve components.