Community Management Blog
Every homeowner wants to renovate their property or house in some way. Whether the goal of the renovation is to make their home more attractive when it comes time to sell, or to make improvements for their own personal use, for homes that exist in HOAs, some renovations are against community rules.
Maintaining order in the community is one of the chief duties of every HOA.
As a board member, one of your responsibilities that affects everyone is how you manage community parking.
Residents rely on consistent parking to meet their needs. If your residents are constantly looking for parking, that will hinder their overall experience and leave them unhappy with the association.
Homeowners’ Association (HOA) open forums are one of the best opportunities for board members to engage with their community and understand the concerns and needs of residents. However successful HOA community meetings do not just happen by chance.
As a dedicated HOA board member, you know that conflicts are an inevitable part of managing a homeowner’s association.
Whether you are currently dealing with a conflict or simply want to be prepared for future challenges, it's crucial to possess the skills and knowledge necessary to handle disputes effectively.
As a community manager or HOA board member, you are always on the lookout for ways to improve the property value of your association. One of the most cost-effective ways to make your community association a more attractive option for potential homebuyers is to increase the usability of outdoor spaces in your HOA.
Summer is here and that means now is the perfect time to make much-needed improvements to your property. As Cincinnati and Dayton’s fastest growing property management company, Management Plus receives many questions regarding property upkeep and home maintenance.