The Highlander Group’s mission is to forge a close working relationship with each of its clients, while keeping in mind the unique nature of each. We will continue to examine the management business to develop the necessary tools, systems and procedures to keep an association in step with the demands of the owners and the expectations of the board, while ensuring sound accounting principles and practices.


Our commitment is that you will be proud of your community. From the way it looks when you pull in, to the way your owners speak of their home. We believe in direct person-to-person contact. In all respects, whether it is a work order problem, a concern about an administrative issue, or a financial question… It is our job to respond to your needs in a timely and effectual manner.


We are dedicated to using technology wisely to improve our efficiency. With this commitment, we make sure our systems help us work smarter and better. Our accounting system is designed to provide you with clear reports that are designed for the multi-family industry. Our work order and information database is personally designed with the needs of our clients in mind. Rest easy knowing your critical community data is stored on secure, state-of-the-art hardware and is backed up daily.

Who We Are

With over 20 years of experience representing the needs of condominium and homeowner associations in southeastern Michigan, Kathleen LaBrosse, recognized the need for a more comprehensive approach to servicing these communities and started Highlander Group, Inc. in 2004 to meet this demand…


What is an Association?
What is meant by a ``management company`` for the community?
What is an Emergency?
What is an Association?

The Association is a nonprofit corporation managed by a volunteer Board of Directors elected by the owners. The Board is responsible for the management of the Association’s funds; the enforcement of the deed restrictions, rules and regulations and the governing documents of the community; and the maintenance of common area property.

What is meant by a ``management company`` for the community?

The association’s board of directors is comprised of volunteers who reside in the community. They may choose to engage a management company to implement their decisions and carry out their instructions so they will be free from having to complete the necessary day-to-day tasks themselves. The managing agent’s activities may include, but are not limited to acting on the board’s behalf, where instructed, to solicit proposals, engage suppliers, ensure improvement projects are completed timely and with the desired result, manage accounting procedures, and enforce rules and regulations.

What is an Emergency?

Please view the link below for information on what constitutes as an emergency.

What is an Emergency

If you are refinancing or selling your condo...

If you are looking to refinance your home or are currently selling your home, please refer to Condo Certs for all of the documentation that you need.


Online Payment Website

If you are looking to make an online payment, please follow the link below to the bank’s website.