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Do You Have Adequate HOA Insurance Coverage on Your Residence?

Apr 20, 2021 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

Some homeowners associations that carry property/general liability insurance extend their coverage to include residential insurance in a portion of homeowner's association fees. If you are in a situation where you have HOA insurance coverage, does that mean you as an individual homeowner don't need an additional insurance policy on your residence? The answer is a resounding NO!

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4 Tips for Bike and Scooter Safety in Your Homeowners Association

Apr 18, 2021 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

All homeowners associations want children to be safe while riding their bikes and scooters in their community. Parents cannot always be there to watch them all the time, but it is their responsibility to teach their kids the rules, and it's the HOA board’s responsibility to make sure the parents are informed of the rules. Here are four steps that the HOA board can send to members to increase children's bike safety when a parent/guardian is not around 

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Eco-Friendly Lawn Care Tips for Your Homeowners Association

Apr 16, 2021 3:03:19 PM / by HOA Manager

Maintaining the grounds in a traditional manner and according to the homeowners association’s governing documents is not always the “greenest” endeavor. Whether it involves using chemical-laden pesticides and fertilizer or working with greenhouse gas-producing lawn tools, some methods of lawn upkeep can be tough on the environment. Thankfully, there are plenty of eco-friendly ways to keep your homeowner's association grounds looking lush while also reducing your carbon footprint.

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Tips from an HOA Board: How to Deal with Noisy Neighbors

Apr 14, 2021 10:56:27 AM / by HOA Manager

Noise is a concern for every resident and because you live in a homeowners association community, it’s important to understand that some degree of noise is to be expected. At the same time, residents need to consider the consequences of their noisy behavior. To keep everyone happy and maintain civility among neighbors, the HOA board asks that you take a few steps to reduce or eliminate annoying noise.

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Tips from an HOA Board to De-Clutter Indoor & Outdoor Spaces

Apr 2, 2021 11:54:22 AM / by HOA Manager

Have you noticed that a reminder to owners in your Association is needed to tidy up their outdoor spaces? Does your homeowners association have items stored on patios and balconies that really shouldn't be there? Your Association is not alone!

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The Value of Your Homeowners Association Attorney

Mar 25, 2021 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

There are several individuals that bring value to your homeowners association. Your volunteer HOA board, your manager, your interested members that may serve in other capacities, and your supportive and assessment-paying membership. Vendors also can bring great value to your association in many ways, such as the attorney for your association.

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How Can Residents Be Active in Your Homeowner's Association?

Mar 23, 2021 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

Every homeowner’s association community always seems to have a lot going on, and that can sometimes include, among other things, a range of upcoming social events in addition to several important ongoing projects. Updating the website, writing an article for the association newsletter, and committee involvement on the budget, landscaping, road maintenance, election oversight or other committees, are all ways to volunteer. What are some of the things going on in your community?

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Tips to Minimize HOA Board Meeting Mayhem

Mar 19, 2021 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

For many people, meetings are a fact of life. Whether it’s an HOA board or member meeting in your homeowner’s association, a volunteer meeting at your child’s school or a department meeting at work, being adept at participating effectively and managing meetings is a useful skill.

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Tips to Improve Your Monthly HOA Board Meetings

Mar 17, 2021 9:33:57 AM / by HOA Manager

In any organization meetings often seem like a necessary evil. Many people feel like they go to meetings to discuss what they met about at the last meeting or that they simply turn to mayhem and nothing gets resolved. But it doesn’t have to be this way, especially in your homeowner’s association.

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Ways to Foster the Relationship Between the HOA Board and the Manager

Mar 11, 2021 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

The most important thing to remember in any relationship is that it takes time and effort from both parties. The relationship between an HOA board and the manager of a homeowners association is no different.

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