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Castle Group Voted a FLCAJ Readers’ Choice Award Winner for the Third Consecutive Year - Castle wins Platinum Award in the Management Company category

Plantation, FL – April 13th, 2016: Castle Group (www.castlegroup.com), Florida’s choice for community association management, has won its third consecutive Florida Community Association Journal (FLCAJ) Readers’ Choice Award. Founded in 1987, the Florida Community Association Journal has informed and educated Florida’s community association board members and vendors for almost three decades.

The FLCAJ established its Readers’ Choice Awards to recognize outstanding service providers in the community association industry. 265 service providers were nominated in this year’s awards representing more than 20 service provider categories. 5,000 reader votes were cast and 75 companies were selected as winners or finalists. Castle will be recognized as a Platinum Award winner in the Management Company category.

“It’s a great honor to receive this award for the third year in a row,” said Jordan Goldman, Vice President. “It is always gratifying to receive recognition for the Royal Service℠ our team delivers to our customers every day.”

The FLCAJ Readers’ Choice Awards were created to provide managers and board members with more information on the most experienced and knowledgeable groups in the community association industry. The groups chosen are considered to know the ins-and-outs of working with boards and committees and are the top of the industry. To find out more visit http://www.fcapgroup.com/flcaj/readers-choice/.

About Castle Group

Castle Group is Florida’s choice for Community Management, specializing in serving the finest Condominium and Homeowner Associations throughout the state. The company’s philosophy is an unwavering focus on the Resident experience; at Castle it is called Royal Service℠. Castle is owned by CPAs that oversee a powerful combination of incredible people, streamlined systems, and advanced technology.  Since no two properties are identical, Castle has created a menu of services that allows customers to create a solution that fits their needs. Castle does not manage an exceptional number of communities, just a number of exceptional ones.