850 Decatur Ave. North, Ste. 2A - Golden Valley, MN 55427
Phone: 763-593-9770  Fax: 763-593-9578  E-mail:
Who We Are

We were founded in 1980 as an outgrowth of a major property management company in the Twin City Metropolitan area. Bruce A. Scheuing, President of ACT, has been with the company since its inception, first as a property supervisor, and for the past nineteen years as owner and President, having purchased the company upon the death of the founder.

What We Provide
Our management services exclusively to Cooperative, Townhouse, and Condominium Associations throughout the greater Minneapolis/St. Paul metropolitan area. The ACT Management staff consists of twenty employees including on-site managers, property supervisors, accounting staff and office personnel. Our property supervisors have a combined experience totaling over 75 years. The Accounting department provides associations with the timely financial reporting and analysis tools required for making sound decisions for their development and growth, including reserve schedules which start associations in the right direction for funding as required by FHA. Our office staff is both extremely competent and always obliging to our clients' needs.

Your association information is kept confidential to each association, including individual accounting and banking, with no commingling of funds. ACT currently manages 49 Associations throughout the Twin Cities area ranging in size from 6 to 352 units with annual budgets from $22,000 to over $880,000. ACT is also not limited in the type or age of associations managed, having managed conversions from the developer to homeowner Boards of Directors and conversions from rental to individual private condominium homeowners. Our direct involvement with associations may be on a monthly, bi-monthly or quarterly meeting basis as the needs of each association dictate.

Major Projects begin with the development of specifications by ACT Management, Inc. which are approved by the Association Board of Directors. Contract proposals are secured and submitted to the Board for selection of the vendor. ACT property supervisors coordinate project scheduling with contractors and make routine on-site inspections during and upon completion to ensure quality work and report changes or deviations and problems to the Association Board of Directors before final approval is made.


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