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4 Items to Consider When Drafting a Pet Policy

  • On April 29, 2022
Most renters that are pet owners will want to bring their pets with them when they move into your rental property. While having pets on site can be a great time for your renters, without a solid pet policy in place, you could easily find yourself in a tight spot if a pet’s presence goes […]
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Top 5 Features Your HOA Website Needs

  • On April 28, 2022
One of the most important elements of a successful association is the quality of its website. Sure, an elegant and useful design is a great start, but there are several different features a website needs to be a key attractor and retainer for future and current owners. A great association website can streamline management processes, […]
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How Can Your HOA Go Greener This Spring?

  • On April 15, 2022
Spring is here and it’s time to start getting into the spirit of revitalization and growth. While your HOA may be gearing up to host several spring events that lead to a fun summer, your Board should also look at spring as a season to put greener practices into place. Reducing your HOA’s environmental footprint […]
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How Can SMS Text Alerts Improve Your HOA Management?

  • On March 11, 2022
Over the years, associations have witnessed an evolution in communication methods. From door-to-door reminders to flyers, phone calls, and emails, it’s clear that associations are always on the lookout for the next, quickest way to improve communication. Most people these days receive personal, instant messages via SMS messages to their smartphones, and several HOAs across […]
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6 Risks of Being a Self-Managed Association

  • On February 18, 2022
Some association boards think that they have the capacity to carry on their daily lives while also successfully self-managing their HOA. While this attempt at self-management may seem economical and brave on the surface, the truth is that self-management can quickly lead an association into legal and operational troubles. If your association believes its board […]
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7 Rights Every Homeowner Has in an HOA

  • On February 9, 2022
Many homeowners mistakenly think that an HOA is a team of board members that make non-negotiable decisions that everyone has to follow. While board members do point an association in the direction of the future, every homeowner has several rights that protect them from any overreach of power from board members. If you’re a new […]
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Which HOA Documents Are Most Important?

  • On January 26, 2022
Aside from an elected board and hired property management services, an HOA’s route to successful operations lies within a multitude of various documents that surround the community. These documents determine what a board of directors and community members can and cannot do within an association. However, not all documents are created equal and there is […]
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Tips for Dealing With Late Rent Payments in the New Year

  • On January 13, 2022
The new year is a great time to start implementing new management strategies as a rental property owner. The best place to start making positive changes is with how you handle a late rent situation. Late rent is an uncomfortable event for both renters and property owners, so coming up with an approach that produces […]
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6 Property Management New Year Resolutions That Make Your Investment Worthwhile

  • On December 30, 2021
It’s officially the time of the year where people begin to make resolutions to improve their lives over the next 365 days. Although most resolutions like weight loss and general life organization are important, there are several resolutions a property manager can make that should be held up through the next year and future years […]
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