About Us

Dobbin Management is a property/community association management firm that specializes in condominiums: we organize and administrate financial books, carry out long-range planning, budgets, projects and maintenance and provide 24/7 emergency services to a limited number of clients.

What that means, in operation, is that we help people with the business of their lives and homes. We help communities work together for a common good.

Starting with a single computer in a small room, Jean Dobbin began her own business that has grown in prestige and reputation now for over 25 years. DMI has been located in the professional offices of 35 Porter Avenue in Naugatuck since 1998.

Dobbin became the Chair of Municipal Services Committee for the Connecticut chapter of Community Associations Institute (CAI), a national organization. She went on to serve as Chair of the Manager’s Council and Director of the Connecticut chapter of the CAI Executive Board of Directors from 1998-2002.

Jean Dobbin has been a speaker, moderator and leadership training instructor for the Connecticut chapter of Community Associations Institute and a contributing writer to Common Interest magazine, a trade publication about Associations and management. She has served on the Education Committee since 2012.

DMI has provided service and management to Associations in the southwestern Connecticut area and become a leading name in quality and competence, servicing a select clientele.  Our portfolio is currently open to new clients. 

If your Association is thinking of  new management in the upcoming year that will work with you to make your community better, we ask you to consider allowing a DMI representative to contact you and present a proposal of our services, or email Jean Dobbin. If you would prefer to call, we can be reached at 203-723-2090, Monday to Friday during normal business hours.

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If a task is worth doing, it is worth doing correctly. Every detail counts because every detail is part of the whole. 


Even with our separate lives, we’re all in it together. Associations are different people with different perspectives and opinions, all living in an area in which they have a common interest.


We see our job as managers as keeping the vision and the idea that the goals and interests that bind everyone together are greater than the differences that might put them at odds.


Fostering cooperation and progress is always the best game plan.

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