Customer Relationship

December 29, 2014

Property Management Company: Surviving Job Loss

Share This:It’s never a good time to lose your job. However, the current economic environment has resulted in business closures, downsizing and layoffs for many in our community. The National Foundation for Credit Counseling offers the following tips for surviving a layoff:   Allow yourself …

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December 21, 2014

HOA Management Companies: Are You Ready for Cold Weather?

Share This:Some winterizing can wait, some can’t. Make a list of what needs to be done, and tackle the time-sensitive tasks first. Here’s a simple checklist from the association to help you get a jump on winter.   Indoor Winterizing: Examine doors and replace weather-stripping …

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December 18, 2014

The Most Dangerous Time of the Year? Safety Tips for the Holidays

Share This:The holidays are here, and while you’re admiring all of the beautiful presents wrapped and sitting under your tree, or getting excited about travel plans, it’s also the perfect time for burglars and muggers to steal some seasonal cheer. (Remember the movie Home Alone?) …

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Homeowners Association Management : Calling all Homeowners

Share This:All meetings of the association board are open meetings. Residents are encouraged to observe meetings and read approved minutes. Residents who wish to address the board are welcome to do so during the homeowner forum conducted at the beginning of each business meeting. Here …

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November 21, 2014

Association Crime Stoppers

Everyone wants a safe place to call home, and our associations strives to make all residents feel secure. While we’re diligent in our efforts to reduce possible dangers in our community, we can’t do it alone. It’s up to everyone to pitch in to keep crime rates down. Thankfully, taking a few simple steps can go a long way in keeping theft, vandalism and other felonies and misdemeanors out of the association.
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November 20, 2014

HOA Management Companies: A Helping Hand

Community associations are not immune in this recession. Sadly, some homes have been abandoned. The homes were foreclosed and the owners moved away. When banks take over these properties, they usually don’t realize they need to pay the regular assessment. With the depth of the foreclosure crisis and their own financial problems, banks are struggling to keep up.
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November 17, 2014

Understanding Special Assessments

There’s no way to sugar-coat it: everyone hates special assessments. Getting a notice that you owe more money to the association can not only put a damper on your day but also a dent in your wallet, both of which the board is sympathetic to. In a perfect world, there would never be a need for special assessments—or any other type of assessments for that matter—but sadly, they’re sometimes a necessary evil.
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