Castle Group Wins 2016 Bonita’s Best Readers’ Choice Award - News-Press readers selected Castle Group as best property management firm in Bonita Springs, Florida for fourth consecutive year

Plantation, FL – Date – Castle Group, Florida’s choice for community management, was chosen as the best property management firm in Bonita Springs for the fourth consecutive year. The Bonita’s Best Reader’s Choice Awards were presented on Wednesday, July 13, 2016 by the News-Press media group. Castle Vice President Greg Franks received the award on behalf of the company.

News-Press allowed readers to vote on successful businesses in the area through the Bonita’s Best Readers’ Choice Poll. The subsequent awards ceremony recognized a wide array of businesses in Bonita Springs and surrounding communities. News-Press readers chose Castle Group as the top property management company in the area.

“We are committed to enhancing our residents’ quality of life through our delivery of Royal Service℠, while serving in the best interest of the Bonita Springs community,” said James Donnelly, Founder and CEO of Castle. “It is truly an honor to receive this award for a fourth consecutive year and we thank News-Press readers for their support and confidence in Castle’s management ability.”

The Bonita’s Best Readers’ Choice Poll has helped define excellence in products, performance and services for 18 years. The panelists and judges are all frequent readers of the News-Press and residents of Bonita Springs, Florida.

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.