Community Management Blog
Blog Entries - 2023
In today's world, technology is king. It shapes everything we do from personal interactions, and business dealings, to domestic tasks like grocery shopping. It is only natural that technology is shaping the way modern HOAs handle community association management.
The leaves are changing from green to orange, the nights are becoming chilly, and the cool wind carries the scent of pumpkin patches and forest floors. There is no doubt about it, Autumn is just around the corner. As summer changes to fall, your community association must begin seasonal preparations.
Financial management is crucial for homeowners' associations (HOAs) as it ensures transparency, accountability, and financial stability within the community. Without effective financial management practices, HOAs may struggle to meet their financial obligations, resulting in financial distress and potential legal issues.
A Neighborhood Watch Program is an organized effort to prevent crime and enhance community security. It is a crime prevention program where residents work together with law enforcement, to keep watch over each other's homes and properties, and report suspicious or criminal activities. The main purpose of a Neighborhood Watch Program is to reduce crime and improve the quality of life in the community.
Everyone wants to improve their community.
There is little that is better than building a better life for your family and your neighborhood residents and if you live in an HOA then one of the most effective things you can do to make a profound change in your neighborhood is to run for your community's board
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.