Diamond Custom Homes Property Management Division Earns National Home Watch Association Accreditation


Diamond Custom Homes has been accredited by the National Home Watch Association (NHWA). NHWA was formed in 2009 to set and maintain the highest industry standards for home monitoring and absentee homeowner services in the United States and Canada. Members operate under NHWA’s Code of Ethics and Best Practices, developed to provide consistent inspections and accurate reporting to clients.

According to Diamond Custom Homes President and Founder Michael Diamond, the company’s property management division offers a range of concierge services, including weekly home inspections to identify potential areas of concern, as well as maintenance and repairs. ongoing repairs. The division also handles residential projects such as remodeling and renovations and offers traditional repair services such as pressure washing and painting.

“Our property management services division does more than keep tabs on our clients’ secondary or primary residences when they’re not in residence,” Diamond said. “We provide the same level of care and preventative maintenance for our clients’ homes as we do for our own residences.”

The division has grown nearly 50% over the past year. Led by Director of Property Management Francisco Morales, the company’s experienced property management team is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide owners peace of mind.

About Diamond Custom Homes

Diamond Custom Homes creates and renovates luxury residences for discerning homeowners in Southwest Florida’s most prestigious communities and neighborhoods. The company is known for its quality craftsmanship, creative custom designs and concierge property management services, as a fully accredited member of the National Home Watch Association. The offices are located at 9130 Galleria Court, Suite 204, Naples. For more information, visit DiamondCustomHomes.com/estate-management.

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