Douglas E. Wilson, AMS®, PCAM®, CPM®, CMCA®, President, and Licensed Community Association Manager, is a graduate of the University of Wisconsin, with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management and Finance. Mr. Wilson also completed the Master of Science Program in Urban Land Economics and Real Estate Investment Analysis. Prior to forming AMI, Mr. Wilson held numerous Management positions in two major commercial banks, a real estate investment trust, a real estate syndication investment firm, and private development and
investment companies. These positions have provided extensive and intensive experience in all facets of real estate, including property management in florida, market analysis, feasibility analysis, conceptual design, development, construction, finance, condominium management and project and unit sales. Mr. Wilson has over 30 years experience in community management.
Mr. Wilson was brought to Florida’s West Coast by the family that owns Schroeder-Manatee Ranch. In addition to general real estate asset management of the 48 square mile (28,000 acres) property, his main responsibility was to manage the development and approval planning for what has become the Lakewood Ranch Community. Additionally, Barnett Bank hired Mr. Wilson to advise them on their partially complete community: The Plantation Golf and Country Club in Venice. His duties included re-evaluation and management of the development planning, sales, construction, and association management functions.
Mr. Wilson has completed extensive post-graduate education courses through the Institute of Real Estate Appraisers, Institute of Real Estate Management, Real Estate Securities and Syndication Institute, Mortgage Bankers Association, American Bankers Association, and State license course requirements. Mr. Wilson holds the AMS and PCAM designations through the Community Associations Institute, as well as the CPM designation through the Institute of Real Estate Management. He is one of a very few in the nation that holds both of the highest level designations of the two main Professional Property Management Organizations. In addition, Mr. Wilson holds the CMCA national designation through the National Board of Certification for Community Association Managers.
Mr. Wilson is a Director and past President of the West Coast Chapter of the Community Associations Institute and has served for over eighteen (18) years as the delegate to the Florida Legislative Alliance, which reviews and advises governmental officials on regulation relating to condominium and homeowner associations. Mr. Wilson was appointed by the County Commission to the Citizen Advisory Council to rewrite the Manatee County Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Code. He is a former Director of Barnett Bank and has also served as a Director of many local civic and charitable organizations including Manatee Chamber of Commerce, Boys and Girls Club of Manatee County, Manatee Family YMCA, Manatee East Little League and the Manatee Public Schools Education Foundation.
Mathew D. Wilson, CMCA®, AMS®, Vice President, graduated with honors from the University of Florida with a degree in Business and Real Estate and a received his Masters in Business Administration from the University of South Florida. He has the CMCA designation through the National Board of Certification for Community Association Managers, the AMS designation through the Community Association Institute and the PCAM designation through the Community Association Institute, which is the highest designation for professional property managers. Mr. Wilson previously served as a director for the West Coast of Florida Chapter of the Community Association Institute and has eleven (11) years Association managerial experience. In addition to being a licensed community association manager, Mr. Wilson is also a Licensed Real Estate Salesperson in the State of Florida.