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Did you know that the majority of newly developed homes nationally, include a Home Owner’s Association (HOA)? It is important to do your homework when buying into any HOA including High Rise Condominiums, Townhomes, Active Adult Communities, and even Single-Family Neighborhoods. Here are some...

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community management pest control

Effective community management hinges on a delicate balance of responsiveness and strategic planning, particularly when dealing with unwelcome visitors like pests. Whether it's dealing with pesky intruders or tackling more serious infestations, swift and efficient resolution not only preserves...

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financial management

One of the board’s most important responsibilities is the management of community finances. Residents are relying on the board and the management company to ensure the protection of their investment and quality of life, all while controlling spending. This has become increasingly challenging as...

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Community Management Pool Opening

As the weather warms and summer beckons, community pools become havens of activity and relaxation. However, opening a community pool entails more than just unlocking the gates and filling it with water. It requires careful planning, attention to detail, and adherence to safety standards. Here,...

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HOA Management

The rise of community associations across the U.S. holds promise for management companies in 2024—but companies also need to be prepared to face a unique set of challenges in the coming year.

Which opportunities and obstacles will association managers face in 2024, and how are they...

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Community Management Board Conflicts

It’s the time of year when many community associations welcome new board members. It also is a great time to review conflicts of interest and how to avoid them.

Community association board members are considered fiduciaries. Fiduciary duty is the highest standard of care imposed under law,...

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HOA Governing Documents

Being an effective HOA board member means staying organized and on top of all the rules and guidelines that keep your association running. At the heart of this organization are HOA governing documents.

Each HOA is slightly different, and the intricacies behind each set of regulations and...

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