A little about our company.
AAA Management Solutions is an established HOA management company owned and operated in Tucson, AZ. We have worked for many years for larger management firms that in their quest to become the biggest, lost their focus on being the best. We believe being the best calls for active, adaptable and affordable service for you and your community.Contact Us Today
Kim Saline, our owner/bookkeeper is originally from Port Allegany, PA and has been a Tucson resident since 2001. She has worked locally as a bookkeeper for 18 years but has done financial reporting exclusively for HOAs since 2007. She strives to maintain ongoing communication with board treasurers to provide the most accurate reports and adherence to established budgets.
Amber Puente, community manager, has been a resident of Tucson since 2001. She worked as a property manager for six years before moving over to community management in 2013. Amber’s computer skills and high energy personality allow her to multitask efficiently at lightning speed to get the job done.
Sue Giedraitis, our community manager, originally from Kearny, New Jersey, is a graduate of Rutgers University. She moved to Tucson in 1989 and worked for Pima County Superior Court for 12 years and then in the teaching field for five years. She began her career in HOA management in 2012. Her excellent communication and mediations skills have been essential in her success as a community manager.
Shelly Christiana joined the AAA Management team in May, 2020 as our Administrative Assistant. She is a graduate of the University of Phoenix with degrees in Accounting and Business Management. Shelly strives for real time customer service results with continued follow up on all situations. Her communication and administration skills have been an asset to our management team.
As a company, we believe having regular financial reports that provide a clear picture of the financial health of a community is key to building trust and mutual understanding between board members and homeowners. We also believe that a community manager should be a familiar voice to your homeowners and a resource to your board of directors. Successful community management requires a partnership involving homeowners, board members and your management team. If this is your belief, contact us!