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Common Misconceptions About Property Values in a Homeowners Association

August 18, 2020 / by HOA Manager

There are often common misconceptions among homeowners about what contributes to the rise and fall of property values in a homeowners association.

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How the Duties of a Board Preserve Value in a Homeowners Association

November 25, 2019 / by HOA Manager

An important role of a homeowners association is to maintain and enhance property values by enforcing neighborhood covenants and maintenance of common areas. For this to happen the Association must have a strong Board of Directors and each person who sits on the Board must perform their job. This will also help homeowners find value being a part of the Association community.

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5 Ways Residents Can Increase Their Home’s Value in the Association

September 24, 2019 / by HOA Manager

A house is one of the biggest purchases a person will ever make, and most want to keep their homes looking beautiful not only for themselves, but also to entice future buyers. It’s also a regulation in most homeowners associations. From time to time, it’s a good idea for an HOA board to encourage residents to invest in some home remodeling to add to its appeal. Of course, before making any major changes to the home, residents need to go through the proper channels such as the association architectural committee for approval and the city for the necessary permits to make sure they don’t run into any legal issues.

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Why Your HOA Board Needs to Implement a Design Review Program

August 15, 2019 / by HOA Manager

Whether you have a majority of first-time homeowners or long-time residents in your homeowners association, everyone has a hefty investment in where they live. It’s important that the HOA board has a program in place to preserve the value of residences, as well as the surrounding common areas shared by all. 

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Does a Homeowners Association Need an Architectural Review Committee?

August 19, 2014 / by HOA Manager

Most homeowners associations have a set of written design review standards and processes. Some homeowners mistakenly believe these standards restrict their freedom of individual expression; actually they provide a framework within which each homeowner can express individual tastes and preferences. The standards have been carefully developed to reflect a balance between individual rights and property values in the Association.

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Homeowners Association Misconceptions About Property Values

February 12, 2013 / by HOA Expert

Like almost every community in the country, your homeowners association is probably feeling the pinch in the housing market. We’d like to dispel a few common misconceptions about what contributes to the rise and fall of property values.

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