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What Every HOA Board Should Have in Its Tool Belt

Apr 3, 2020 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

It’s always convenient to have some tools in your tool belt – you never know when you might need one. Instead of a hammer, nails, screwdriver and measuring tape, there are tools that are handy for an HOA board to have access to - because you never know when you might need to refer to them.

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Responsibilities an HOA Board Can't Delegate to a Manager

Apr 1, 2020 9:51:06 AM / by HOA Manager

The most important thing a Board needs to know is that it cannot give away the authority to make decisions. The manager is an integral part of a homeowners association, but there are some things the HOA board is ultimately responsible for and can’t delegate to a manager.
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Confessions of a Manager: What Every HOA Board Should Know

Mar 26, 2020 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

Do you want to be the best board member you can be? Then you’ve found a goldmine because we asked a seasoned and experienced HOA manager what he hoped all HOA board members would learn early on to help them run an efficient, lawful, and successful homeowners association.

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The Basics of How a Homeowners Association is Governed

Mar 24, 2020 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

If you’re a new Board Member for your homeowners association, or you’re considering whether or not to become one, it’s important to understand how an HOA is governed, and who the Board is accountable to. A well-governed HOA will not only know what entity has the governing authority over another, but will also listen to feedback from the residents in the association when it comes to how the association is being run.

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4 Ways an HOA Board Protects the Association

Mar 20, 2020 12:01:19 PM / by HOA Manager

The role of an HOA board can be summed up by three different words: to protect, maintain and enhance the Association. What does it mean to protect? It’s to keep someone from harm or injury. In a homeowners association it’s the board members' responsibility to protect the homeowners and community.

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Actions HOA Boards Should Take in Response to the Coronavirus

Mar 18, 2020 11:06:34 AM / by HOA Manager

Events and information surrounding the Coronavirus continues to change and evolve. While we’re all experiencing challenges to both daily life and business-as-usual, it’s important to take a moment and assess the precautions you can take for your homeowner’s association.

The recommendations below about what actions HOA boards can be taking come from the Adams|Stirling Newsletter:

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When to Report Suspicious Activity in Your Homeowners Association

Mar 12, 2020 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

Within homeowners associations throughout the United States, residents are becoming more aware not only of their community’s surroundings but also of the persons who live in their community.

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Top 3 Communication Challenges an HOA Board Faces Without a Manager

Mar 10, 2020 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

On a scale of 1 to 5, with 5 being the best, how well do HOA board members in your homeowners association communicate with members?

Take a moment to think about that, or even discuss it with your fellow board members. Be honest! If you’re like many other HOA boards, communication with members can be a challenge, especially without the help of a manager. So what can you do to get your messages read or heard?

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4 Arresting Reasons an HOA Board Needs to Know the Law

Mar 5, 2020 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

Understanding the law is no easy endeavor, especially if you’re an HOA board member busy volunteering to help the Association function properly. If we’re really being honest, who has the desire or time to spend trying to learn and interpret the law, especially when it comes to important issues in your homeowners association?

That’s where a manager can help; but it's also important for board members to be educated and informed about the basics – important issues that often require knowing the law and why they should have resources available to consult.

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How to Start a Neighborhood Watch in Your Homeowners Association

Mar 3, 2020 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

Does your homeowners association have a neighborhood watch in effect? A common concern in any neighborhood is safety. Association members  tend to look out for each other, and there are things you should pay attention to as an HOA board member that signal it’s time to take action.

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