Community Management Blog
If you have decided to take a more active role in your community, then one of the best things you can do is to attend your local homeowner’s association meeting.
These meetings will give you insight into how your community functions and give you the ability to propose changes on a neighborhood-wide scale.
Whether they own a six-bedroom ranch-style home or a one-bedroom townhouse, every homeowner has a dozen or more home improvement projects they want to complete.
There are numerous ways to improve your home and make it a place that feels uniquely yours.
If you own property in the United States, chances are you have considered buying a home that belongs to a Homeowners’ Association (HOA).
HOAs sometimes get a bad rap in movies and other forms of media, but the reality is HOAs provide much-needed benefits to the communities they manage.