A homeowner’s association’s worst nightmare occurred on June 23, 2021, when a 12-story beachfront condominium in the Miami suburb of Surfside, Florida partially collapsed. Many people died, many were injured, making it one of the deadliest building collapses in American history. It’s important to acknowledge and address a tragedy like this to respect the lives that were lost and the families affected, while also learning from the experience to make sure it doesn’t happen again.
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:
We want you to be the first to know about some exciting changes over at The Hignell Companies. Last year we launched the website www.ExpertsinyourHome.com, created to make it easier for our current and future customers to see everything that we offer to help you take care of your home maintenance, remodel, and construction needs.
Now we’re taking the next step and launching Experts In Your Home as a full company under The Hignell Companies umbrella!
Why would a homeowners association hire a management company? It’s a question that each individual association answers differently because each association has specific needs. Sure, there are common reasons, such as helping with finances, understanding the laws, and day-to-day functions of the Association the HOA board just doesn’t have time to do.