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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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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HOA Board Checklist: Help Residents Stay Prepared in Cold Weather

Nov 23, 2020 2:25:07 PM / by HOA Manager

Cold and wet conditions not only make an Association miserable, they can also create damage to the homes and buildings within the community. Some winterizing can wait, but some can't! An HOA board can help residents out by making a list of what needs to be done, and tackle the time-sensitive tasks first. Here is a simple checklist for your homeowners association to stay on top of the winter season.

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Good Neighbors Promote Good Security in Your Homeowners Association

Jun 13, 2020 10:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

This is a guest post by: Drew Smithfield, a freelance safety and security writer. 

Some of the best security advocates you can find are just yards away from your home – they're your neighbors. Introducing yourself to your neighbors and establishing a relationship with them not only helps deepen your ties to your homeowners association community but also helps increase the security of your family and home.

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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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How to Prepare to Present Your Great Idea to the HOA Board

Dec 20, 2019 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

You live in a homeowner’s association. You have a great idea. You’re not on the board, and elections are months away. What next? Present it! Presenting a good idea, whether to the HOA board, a boss, or anyone else in the position to approve it, isn’t about them or you -- it’s about the idea.

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Best Practices: Discouraging Wild Animals in a Homeowners Association

Oct 22, 2019 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

Deer browsing in the back yard is charming. Birds are beautiful, graceful and melodic.  Seeing coyote in the distance and hearing them calling to one another at night gives a sense of being close to nature and adds to the feel of your community. But too much of any one thing is never good, and the feeding and encouraging of wildlife in the homeowner's association is not in the best interests of you, the animals or the association.

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7 Great Reminders of Your Commitment to the Homeowners Association

Aug 27, 2019 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

The homeowners association is a home and community. When you chose to be a member, you agreed to some unique obligations to the community and to other residents within it.

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[Survey] How Bed Bugs May Be Affecting Your Homeowners Association

Jun 6, 2018 9:00:00 AM / by HOA Manager

Planned Unit Developments and Condominiums with attached walls tend to have more challenges around confining issues like infestation to just one unit. Bed bugs could have a devastating impact on these communities and it’s good to be aware of just how likely these critters could affect you. 

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Does Winter in Your Homeowners Association Get You Down?

Nov 3, 2017 3:20:16 PM / by HOA Manager

Many homeowners dread the end of summer—sunny days, mild nights, vacations, the beach, ball games, picnics and so much more. Although fall and winter bring holidays, homeowner association gatherings, the warmth of a fireplace and football (actual and fantasy), for many people the winter months mark the return of seasonal depression.

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