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Preparing for the Growth of Elderly Homeowners

Preparing for the Growth of Elderly Homeowners

One of the more recent developments in the world of HOAs is the rise of elderly homeowners. In past generations, those 65 or older would eventually move into assisted living or retirement homes. But the modern day is seeing more elderly folks deciding to live out more of their older years in their own homes….

Why Openness is the Best HOA Policy

Why Openness is the Best HOA Policy

One of the most common homeowner complaints against HOA boards and HOA managers is that they lack transparency and openness. For example, board members are often accused of not allowing owner to see records or attend meetings. Although it’s not law that these things be disclosed to members, the best approach is to be as…

3 Tips for Keeping Your Association Safe During the Winter

3 Tips for Keeping Your Association Safe During the Winter

The weather in most places this year has been reasonably mild for December. However, it’s always a good idea to prepare for the time ahead as the temperatures continue to drop.  To err on the side of caution, HOA boards should be prepared with the best ways to protect building operations and residents. Here are…

Crucial Items to Be Reviewed By Your Board Each Year

Crucial Items to Be Reviewed By Your Board Each Year

Your HOA likely already has a list of events and to-dos for the association that must happen each year, such as inspections, renewals, and maintenance. But there are a few extra items that might get overlooked yet are essentials each year. Here are some management areas your board and HOA management company will want to…

Is HOA Self-Management Worth It?

Is HOA Self-Management Worth It?

Quite a few homeowners associations, whether large or small, are self-managed. This may seem like a reasonable option, but many associations don’t realize just how much work is involved when handling management—or how much an HOA management company can improve their conditions. In order to be successful as a self-managed association, board members must be…

Are You Being the Greatest Board Member You Can Be?

Are You Being the Greatest Board Member You Can Be?

As an homeowners association board member, you may have realized that sometimes there’s a fine line between success and failure in the position. For example, sometimes issues can leave you in a gray area where you must use your best judgement or board member knowledge to proceed. Or you may promise you’re going to deliver…

Improving the Operational Effectiveness of Your Association

Improving the Operational Effectiveness of Your Association

Does your homeowners association tend to run things a certain way because “that’s how you’ve always done it”? If the answer is yes, it’s time to start focusing more on improving your HOA’s operational effectiveness. Operational effectiveness means opening your association up to new strategies and ideas, especially if they have the potential of working…

HOA Tips For Ice and Snow Removal

HOA Tips For Ice and Snow Removal

If you live in an area where ice and snow are a problem during the upcoming winter season, your board members will want to be prepared for dealing with resident complaints and questions about removing these natural elements. To protect your homeowners association from liability and to inform residents properly, there are a few keys…

Risk Management For Your Homeowners Association

Risk Management For Your Homeowners Association

Is risk management a priority for your homeowners association management? If you’re not sure, it’s time to start accessing the best way to prepare for any possible disasters. Whether that means developing your own risk management plan or delegating the planning to a HOA management company, it’s important to spend some time thinking about your…

Why Accrual Accounting Is Best for HOAs

Why Accrual Accounting Is Best for HOAs

Do you know which accounting system is best for your homeowners association? It’s an important question that all board members and HOA managers should be considering. Choosing the correct accounting method is an important decision, as it can affect how a business’s financial state is managed. You also don’t want to find yourself choosing the…

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