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PCM adds 2,719 homes to portfolio

The management firm acquired 10 new clients throughout Southern California.

BY AMANDA EDENPublished: September 27, 2010 11:53 AM

Lake Forest-based Professional Community Management of California – or PCM – has added to its roster 10 new clients representing 2,719 homes.

PCM now manages a portfolio of almost 110,000 units in 280 community associations, for a combined real estate value of more than $45 billion.

“We credit our continued client growth and expansion across Southern California to the hard work and service ethic of our staff,” said CEO Donny Disbro. “As a company, we support our PCM family that includes each and every resident who lives and works in the communities we manage with the latest technological tools and highest quality vendors. When they sign with us, they know they will work with the best.”

The 10 new clients are:
• Apple Valley Ride, a 90-unit single-family home community in Apple Valley
• Creekwood, a 252-unit condominium community in Mission Valley
• The Estates at Trump National, a 42-unit single-family-home community in Palos Verdes
• Lynwood Greens, 184-unit condominium community in San Bernardino
• Monterey, 1,300-unit MPC in Irvine
• Oak Park, 30-unit condominium community in Pasadena
• The Retreat, a 496-unit single-family-home community in Corona
• Rose Crest, 33-unit condominium community in Irvine
• Santa Rosa, 112-unit condominium community in Irvine
• Seabreeze, a 180-unit condominium community in Oceanside

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