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5 Ways Homeowners Can Initiate Change in the HOA

The HOA community is your home, and you want to make the most of this environment. However, that also means following the rules and expectations that everyone is held to. If there are things that you would like to see changed or improved, rather than wasting time...

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4 Reasons to Create an HOA Website

When looking for information, the first place many people turn is the Internet. Online resources provide a wealth of knowledge at the click of a button. Having an HOA website can allow members to access a wide range of tools, documents, and resources in one place and...

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Reserve Studies & HOAs: What You Need to Know

Financial stability in a homeowners association (HOA) is vital. Outside of daily operating costs, the association must also take into account future expenses. Roofs typically last 25-30 years or longer, but eventually, they will need to be replaced. How will the...

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Partnering with Your HOA on Home Renovations

Renovating your home can be an effective way of boosting value while also creating a space that better fits your family’s needs and preferences. But before you dive in and get your heart set on installing a gorgeous pergola or knocking down a wall in your living room,...

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5 Tips to Become a Better HOA Board Member

Serving on the HOA board can be a wonderful experience, but it can also be a lot of responsibility. You’re tasked with working in the best interest of all homeowners and their property. This can be a big undertaking. However, you are not alone. Don’t forget that...

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Curbing Pest Problems This Winter

Winter can be a prime time for pests like mice and rats to start making an appearance. As temperatures drop and weather worsens, they’re looking for food and an opportunity to get out of the cold. However, they can be unwelcome guests in your home as they may carry...

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Managing Open Comments at HOA Meetings

Unless it is a closed meeting or executive session, homeowners are invited – and encouraged – to attend HOA meetings. This allows members to stay up-to-date on the latest happenings in the association and better understand how and why certain decisions were made. Many...

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Reducing Risk of Rules Enforcement Disputes

The foundation of a homeowners association (HOA) is its governing documents. While not everyone may agree with every rule, they typically appreciate the overall environment it creates in protecting their property value and allowing them to enjoy the neighborhood....

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