Tag: Houston HOA Management

October 23, 2016

Triquest Management’s Fun Day In The Park

Share This:  Triquest Management is hosting a Fun Day in the Park for the youth and a Get out to Vote Rally with your current elected officials and community leaders. This will take place Sunday, October 23rd from 3pm – 7pm at Kitty Hollow Park. …

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January 11, 2016

Why Does Your Community Association Need Reserves?

Share This:Equipment and major components (like the roofs) must be replaced from time to time, regardless of whether we plan for the expense. We prefer to plan and set the funds aside now. Reserve funds aren’t an extra expense—they just spread out expenses more evenly. …

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December 21, 2015

Triquest Houston Property Management Shares Common Household Products Magic

Share This:Most of us already know that a teaspoon of baking soda in the batter will make the muffins rise, but who knew that a pinch of it mixed with scrambled eggs will make them fluffier or added to water will make steamed vegetables stay …

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May 20, 2015

Property Management Companies: Know Your Homeowner Rights and Responsibilities

Share This:As someone who owns a unit or house in a common-interest community, you have certain rights. You also have certain responsibilities to the association and to other homeowners. These rights and responsibilities are described in the association’s governing documents, which include covenants, conditions and …

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May 18, 2015

What Gives the Homeowners Association the Right to Tell Me What to Do?

Share This:In a nutshell: the association declaration and state law gives the association the authority to regulate some of what you can do in our community.   Community associations have a governmental component. Like a city or county government, a community association has a charter—called …

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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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