Offering Professional Management Services to Condominium Owners Associations, Property Owners Associations, and Home Owners Associations (respectively) at the Lake of the Ozarks

Keys to the Lake offers unequaled representation of owners. We believe there is both an art and a craft to property management. Our goal is exceptional service to our clients – we do things right the first time and on time. Our dedication to professionalism has struck a responsive chord among owners at the Lake.

Keys to the Lake offers Property Management Services to COA/POA/HOA’s at the Lake of the Ozarks.

The quality of Keys to the Lake Property Management Services allows owners to have time to enjoy some of life’s simple pleasures without the concern of property maintenance. After all, we believe the beauty of the Lake of the Ozarks is the finest amenity.
Management Services can be tailored to fit your specific criteria.  Required services are determined by the Association’s Board of Directors from the list provided herein.  Once the Association has clearly defined these specific requirements, Keys to the Lake will work with the designated Board or Committee Appointee, to establish the precise scope of these services.

The following Professional Management Services are offered by Keys to the Lake:

Accounting/Financial *  To assist the Board in meeting the precise standards of its Fiscal accounting responsibilities with the highest degree of accuracy, using sound statistical methods and generally accepted accounting principles, including: Budgets, Monthly P&L, A/P, A/R (common assessments receivable, special assessments), Collections (late fees & related), YTD Financial Statements, and to provide documentation and data to Independent CPA for Year-End Reporting.

Administrative*  Efficiently and effectively oversees, designates, controls, and maintains ongoing management and professional administration of the Facilities. Performs routine inspections, enforces the COA, POA, or HOA bylaws, covenants, declarations, easements, limitations, provisions, and/or regulations (where applicable and at Administrator’s discretion). Maintains accurate files and records for Owners, applicable Association business receipts, and any/all expenditures affecting the required common facilities of the Association.

Architectural  To provide the Association with available administrative assistance in coordinating resource acquisition, or utilization, for either the existing facilities and/or future development.

Activities / Recreation  Events Coordinator to assist or direct the Association with welcome packets, children’s functions, social functions, special functions, and desired production of newsletters upon Board request.

Common Area / Facility Management  To establish and maintain Association Board Member Standards-Of-Care for all Managed Common Area as it may relate to: cleanliness, decorating, furniture and/or equipment, alteration, arrangement, improvements, replacement, scheduled servicing or repair, as is determined necessary and within the discretion of the Board of Directors to any 3rd party vendors.

Dock/Marina To provide the Association with available administrative assistance as a liaison to the chosen 3rd party contractor as the Board may direct, by coordinating resources for contracting on-site company, manager of Marina Operations. Or, to provide the Association similar Administrative Assistance with specific requirements involving dock repair, replacement, or dock flotation, and/or dock maintenance with a qualified 3rd party vendor.

Grounds keeping  To maintain communications with Board of Directors chosen insured and bonded 3rd party contractor.

Maintenance  Board of Directors with 3rd party provider to maintain and/or install: water, or related water storage facilities, service and/or systems, treatment, waste removal, electric and/or plumbing service, and swimming pool equipment. To establish and maintain the required standards-of-operation (SOP) of the Association’s Board regarding the necessary maintenance and/or repair of any Association Facilities, as the Association’s Board determines necessary and proper.

Security  To contract for and/or offer administrative oversight/supervision to the Association as directed by the Board, for varying levels of security coverage from 3rd party provider when requested by Board of Directors and available in the Lake area. (Seasonal / Annual; Drive-thru Patrol, Part-time on Property Guard/staff, Full-time on Property Guard/staff.)

Vacation Rental Management  Individual Owners/Association Members may choose independently to submit their Condominium Unit(s) for Keys to the Lake’s Vacation Rental Program (VRP), if allowed in Association by-laws. VRP Contracts are made exclusively by and between the Individual Unit Owner and Keys to the Lake Lodging Co., LLC and not automatically accepted, so far as VRP requirements are concerned.

Wastewater Management Coordination of administrative oversight/supervision to the Association as directed by the Board, for required waste water treatment facilities operation, and/or ongoing treatment/systems inspection, etc, with approved 3rdparty contractor.

Keys to the Lake will work with your Board to tailor our Professional Services to suit your Association’ specific criteria as is possible within Keys to the Lake business practices. It’s our desire to effectively and efficiently provide professional resource utilization, specialized skills, practical solutions, sound controls, and the sustained commitment necessary to meet your required performance goals.


Keys to the Lake’s Professional Management Team provides additional information to Board Members and Unit Owners (respectively) as follows:

Developer/COA/POA/HOA Board of Director’s (as required by Board of Directors)

  • Itemized Detail of all agreed services to be provided as stipulated per Association Board of Directors/Administrator Agreement
  • Owners Listing (as required)
  • Monthly/Quarterly Summary of Assessments Receivable
  • Monthly / YTD Budget vs. Actual Expense Reporting
  • Monthly Cash Receipts / Journal
  • Monthly Check Register / Journal
  • Development / Associations Preamble, By-Laws, Declarations, Regulations (as applicable)
  • Board Meeting Attendance / Participation (up to 2 per year)
  • Meeting Agenda Outlines and/or Detailed Agenda

Associations Member/Unit Owner

  • Association By-Laws
  • Rules and Regulations
  • Newsletters/Notices/Updates (as applicable)
  • Other Services Specified (As stipulated per Association / Administrator Agreement)

Our resume includes properties such as:

  • Osage National Condominiums
  • Cedar Heights Condominiums
  • Loch Haven Condominiums
  • Miramar Condominiums
  • Timberlake Village Condominiums
  • Forest Pointe Condominiums
  • Timberlake Master Association
  • The Crossings Center
  • The Brandon Michael Building
  • Hyd-A Way Cove Condominiums
  • The Pines at Osage National
  • Harbor Pointe Condominiums
  • Palisades Centre COA
  • CALO (Asset Protection Management)



5886 Osage Beach Parkway, Suite B
Osage Beach, MO 65065

Est. – 2003

Direct: 573-964-KEYS (5397) 800-986-KEYS Fax: 573-964-KEY2