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Asset Management & Consulting Services, Inc. is a locally owned and operated investment real estate property management company (Community Associations, Apartments, Commercial Properties, Development). Its principal, James J. Kerr, Sr., has been in the real estate business in Charleston for over 40 years. AMCS was founded by Mr.Kerr in 1990 to provide property management services to residential apartment communities and community associations. Mr. Kerr started with six employees and three properties. Now, AMCS manages a varied portfolio in multiple locations in Florida, Columbia, Greenville, South Carolina and mainly in the Charleston Tri-County Area.

Monday, September 10, 2018

Because of the mandatory evacuation ordered by the Governor of SC, AMCS corporate offices will be closed Tuesday September 11th. We will reopen depending on weather conditions created by Hurricane Florence

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

We did it again! Thanks to all who brought school supplies donations for My Sister's House. We have enough donations to outfit all the kids for another successful school year! Way to go! Thanks again!

Friday, August 10, 2018

Thank you to all the Board of Directors who attended this morning's training on the New HOA Laws. Special thanks to Paul Rahn and Wallace Carnwath with Robertson Hollingsworth Manos & Rahn for their presentation this morning! We will be holding another Board of Directors training session soon and it will be held on budgets.

Thursday, July 5, 2018

AMCS is very excited and wants to thank everyone involved in the purchase of Perrytown Apartments.  This is a 100% section 8 community in Perry, Florida.  We used Florida Housing Authority SAIL/Bond funds with a HUD (d)4 loan to finance the purchase and rehab of the property.  The property will have a full rehab to included new appliances, washer & dryers in each unit, new windows, energy efficient HVAC, landscaping, tubs, and new amenities.  

Friday, September 8, 2017

AMCS is closing our offices at 2:00 PM today in order to allow our employees prepare for potential effects from Hurricane Irma. Our offices will reopen as soon as safety possible after the storm passes. Thank you for your patience.