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Common HOA Questions During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Life as we know it has essentially been turned upside down. New changes are coming every day, and people are trying to figure out how to adjust. There is an urgent push for people to stay home as much as possible, only leaving to pick up groceries or prescriptions or...

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Welcoming Spring in the HOA

The start of the year has brought a lot of highs and lows in terms of weather. One day it’s blustery with snow flurries, and the next it’s warm enough to crack the windows open. Warmer temperatures combined with a lot of rain means the grass has started growing and...

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3 Ways to Enhance HOA Property Values

One of the primary goals of a homeowners association is to protect property value of the homes in the community. When neighborhoods are well-maintained and in desirable areas, homes tend to sell quickly. This can be encouraging for current homeowners who know that...

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Dealing with Difficult Board Members

The HOA board is responsible for making decisions that are in the best interest of homeowners. They are tasked with creating and enforcing rules, establishing a budget, managing reserves, resolving problems, and much more. All of these tasks can be hindered, however,...

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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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