Community Management Blog
Blog Entries - 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.
Property management with a plan is the most important thing you can do to ensure the long-term success of a community.
However, each community needs a unique strategic plan. Just because a strategy worked for one community does not mean it will work for all communities.
Your community association accomplished many great things this past year.
New community amenities, better infrastructure, improved social networks or events, and more efficient money management were just some of the things you may have accomplished this year.
As a board member of your HOA, you work tirelessly to make sure your community has the tools and funding to expand and thrive.
However, we all know that preparing an annual budget for an HOA or condo association can feel like a major chore.
Your community is unique. The people who live there, the houses, and even the shared community spaces are not found anywhere else on Earth.