Fleming Island, Florida – June 2019 – FCAP (Florida Community Association Professionals) recently welcomed Mario Guevara, owner of Florida CAM Services, as another community association manager to obtain his Certified Florida Community Association Manager (CFCAM) designation.
Mario entered the workforce at the early age of 14, assisting his father with various jobs in the transportation industry. He later began a business in this same industry, where he ran the company as an owner and operator before engaging in the community association management field in Florida.
In February of 2015, Mario received his real estate license, and in July of that same year, he acquired his Florida CAM license. This began his career in the community management industry. At this same time, Mario started his own community association management firm that eventually became known as Florida CAM Services, a business that focuses on serving Fleming Island and all of Clay County in northeast Florida.

When asked why he decided to become a CAM, Mario stated, “I saw a need to provide local, personalized management services in Fleming Island as many of the management companies were not operated by local companies with local owners. I have always viewed myself as a people person with a desire to help and serve others and felt like this profession would give me that opportunity.” When asked what the most rewarding thing about his job is, Mario said, “finding unique solutions to difficult problems. As I have placed the right people and vendors in place, the associations run more efficiently, and it is rewarding to watch and manage this progression.” We also asked Mario why he wanted to pursue the CFCAM designation, and he said, “The CFCAM designation was an opportunity for me to get more in-depth, practical knowledge of dealing with issues my associations face.”
By earning his CFCAM accreditation, Mario joins an elite group of 54 CAM professionals who have earned their CFCAM designation offered by FCAP. We congratulate Mario Guevara on obtaining his Certified Florida Community Association Manager designation and having the desire to promote a high level of professionalism to his clients and business partners each and every day.

About FCAP

FCAP (Florida Community Association Professionals) is a statewide membership organization comprised of board members, community association managers, and service providers within the community association industry. The association currently has more than 2,700 members and provides education and training to its members by means of online courses and the monthly publication, the Florida Community Association Journal.
For further details, please contact:
Richard Johns
Florida Community Association Professionals