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A Good Year: Reflections Part Two

By Isaiah Henry, President and CEO
December 20, 2017

At Seabreeze, our number one goal is to build communities, and we know that community starts at home. By empowering and investing in our people and giving them the tools to map their own paths to success, we know that we are also equipping them to deliver the personalized service that our clients have come to expect. In our last blog, we explored the stories of two Seabreeze team members and the incredible year that they’ve had. As I read their accomplishments, I’m unbelievably proud of them and this entire... READ THE POST


A Good Year: Reflections Part One

By Isaiah Henry, President and CEO
December 13, 2017

Can you believe that it’s almost 2018? Neither can I, if I’m honest. This year has been a whirlwind of the best kind, and I wouldn’t change a thing. Even in the midst of ups and downs, one thing is abundantly clear: I could not ask for a better team than the one we have at Seabreeze. Never have I met such a dedicated, kind and encouraging group of people, and I am privileged to walk alongside them each and every day. So, as I sit and think about the... READ THE POST


In All Things, Give Thanks

By Isaiah Henry, President and CEO
November 20, 2017

Gratitude is the act of giving thanks, or being grateful for the things that we have. When things feel easy, gratitude often comes naturally. However, it’s in times of trials, when we are weary and broken, that gratitude can get lost in the day-to-day challenge that is life. In a few short days, many of us will gather around a Thanksgiving table with family and friends, and we’ll share a meal that is meant to symbolize gratitude. But, in a year that has been wrought with pain and hardship, for... READ THE POST


If You Build it, They will Come

September 27, 2017

In the 1989 film titled Field of Dreams, Kevin Costner’s character, Ray Kinsella, built a baseball diamond in the middle of his corn field in Iowa. His family and neighbors thought he was insane, but he kept following the voice in his head that said, “If you build it, they will come.” It was that same voice that sent him on journey to Boston and Minnesota and, after collecting some unlikely friends along the way, Ray returned to his field to find the ghosts of baseball’s greats having a catch... READ THE POST


The First 90 Days

By Isaiah Henry, President and CEO
August 1, 2017

As of today, I’ve been the CEO of Seabreeze Management Company for 90 days – not that I’ve been counting. Frankly, I haven’t had time. This is the first moment that I’ve been able to sit and gather my thoughts about the whirlwind that has been the past few months. Since I began this journey, my days have been packed with change, challenges, and some of the sweetest victories that I’ve ever experienced in my professional life. I can assure you that, even on the most demanding of days, I... READ THE POST


Seabreeze Management Announces Strong Year-over-year Business Results

March 30, 2015

Aliso Viejo-based Association Management Company Bullish on Continued Business Growth, New Hires and Expanded Client Services in 2015 ALISO VIEJO, CA (January 14, 2015) – Seabreeze Management today announced strong year-over-year growth in 2014. In the past year, the company added a substantial number of new clients throughout Southern California, including significant expansion into Los Angeles County and the Inland Empire. “We’re incredibly pleased with our growth in 2014,” explained Seabreeze Management President Isaiah Henry, who was hired earlier this year to specifically chart a course for the company’s expansion.... READ THE POST


Solar Energy Systems – An Ongoing Hot Debate

March 30, 2015

The California Solar Rights Act (“Solar Rights Act”), found at Civil Code Sections 714 and 714.1, provides certain protections for homeowners seeking to install solar energy systems (i.e., solar panels) on their properties. The intent of the Solar Rights Act is to prohibit homeowners associations (“HOAs”) from broadly banning solar energy systems for aesthetic reasons–whether through an explicit ban or through onerous architectural restrictions that greatly reduce the performance of solar energy systems, or increase their costs. To that end, the Solar Rights Act renders void and unenforceable any provision... READ THE POST


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