Nevada Association Services Inc., a provider of collection services for community associations, named Cameron Clark president.
Clark, who had been NAS’ vice president of business development, has more than a dozen years of experience working with Nevada community associations.
At Nevada Association Services, Clark uses presentations, workshops and board meetings to educate board members and community managers about recovering delinquent assessments and violation fines. He also oversees operations for NAS’ office and directs the team.
Clark is also certified to lead a continuing education class for community association assessment collections.
Clark, who graduated with honors from Southern Utah University with a Bachelor of Science in communication, is a member of the Community Associations Institute. He also maintains the designation of a Nevada Educated Business Partner with the Community Associations Institute, a Falls Church, Virginia-based trade group with more than 60 U.S. chapters.
Clark has held memberships in the Nevada Association of Community Managers, the Las Vegas High-Rise & Condominium Association, the Builders Association of Northern Nevada, the Clark County Bar Association and the Southern Nevada Home Builders Association. He’s also written several books, including “Better Business Development Now.”
“I am excited to be working with such an experienced and competent team of collections specialists,” Clark said. “I am also happy to lead our company as we work to help community associations and homeowners in Nevada.”
Nevada Association Services, which this past summer moved into new offices at 6625 S. Valley View Blvd., Suite 300, works with 70 percent of all community associations in Nevada.
The company specializes in collecting overdue assessments for community associations through nonjudicial foreclosure — in which mortgage agreement power of sales clauses let lenders bypass court and foreclose on properties by themselves.
Visit nas-inc.com for more details on the company.