Indoor Water Conservation Tips for Homeowners Association Residents

Jun 10, 2021 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

Reducing water use means making significant changes in your everyday habits and routine, but it can also mean substantial savings on water, sewage and energy bills for homeowners association residents. In fact, there are ways you can reduce your water usage by nearly half without purchasing expensive equipment. The following suggestions will help you get in the habit of saving water indoors at home.

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How to Quickly & Painlessly Break Up With Your HOA Manager

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

More often than not, a Board may come to the conclusion they no longer need the help of a manager because its members are arrogant, there’s “bad blood,” or it just doesn’t want to pay for the services any longer.  A Board may decide it would like to change managers, change to a different management company, or it just doesn’t need the services of a manager at all any longer.

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All Homeowners Associations Have These 3 Things in Common

Apr 26, 2021 12:00:49 PM / by HOA Manager

If you’re part of a homeowners association, you’ll find the following commonalities to be true just about anywhere you live in the country. It’s important to understand these ahead of time before becoming a resident in an association. While some people might find them controlling, they actually give members the opportunity to have a voice in their living community.

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3 Things to Do if Crime is a Problem in Your Homeowners Association

Mar 7, 2021 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

When homeowners start to notice an increase in crime in the homeowners association, it's not necessarily the fault of the HOA, but the fault of the individuals who make bad choices and seek a location to carry out their dealings with easy access that allows for a quick exit. There are ways the the Association be proactive to help the community remain a safe place to live.

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Do You Have What it Takes to Be an HOA Board Member?

Oct 28, 2020 4:23:47 PM / by HOA Manager

The last time you attended the HOA board meeting for your homeowners association the current board asked you and everyone present to consider volunteering for the board. These are the thoughts that went through your mind:

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Test Your Knowledge: How Much Do You Know About HOA Fees?

Oct 11, 2020 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

Pop quiz! Do you understand your HOA fees? If you’re an informed member of your homeowners association, you should pass with flying colors. If you fail, well then, you need to plan a study session to brush up on your HOA knowledge.

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Frequently Used Terms You’ll Hear at an HOA Board Meeting

Sep 23, 2020 9:21:47 AM / by HOA Manager

Have you ever attended a meeting and had no clue what was going on? It’s an awkward position to be in, especially if you're trying to understand and contribute to the conversation. Be in the know and wow your board members when you attend your next HOA board meeting by reviewing these common terms that are sure to come up.

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How to Offer a Positive Customer Service Experience in Your HOA

Sep 11, 2020 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

Community association board members and managers might not immediately think of customer service as one of their priorities, but it's important. Customer Service is an integral function of any organization. The need for excellent services is just as vital to an association’s success as it is to a business that sells goods and services. 

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What Items Are Homeowners Associations Supposed to Maintain?

Jul 23, 2020 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

A common question homeowners in an HOA ask is, "What Does the HOA maintain in our Community?” Usually, this comes with a bit of anger behind the question. Unless the CC&Rs provide otherwise, the homeowners association is responsible for repairing, replacing, or maintaining the common areas, while owners are responsible for maintaining their separate interests and any exclusive use common area.

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Are You Properly Maintaining Your Homeowners Association?

Jul 9, 2020 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

How is your homeowners association holding up? Do you have buildings in need of repair? Has the HOA board set aside funds for inevitable future repairs? If you don’t know the answer to these questions, then it’s time to find out. Why? Because it’s the Board’s job to protect and maintain the association and keep it safe. Sometimes, the safety of lives is even at stake. You don’t want to wait for something bad to happen before taking action, like one homeowners association did in Florida. Read more in the article excerpt below.

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