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Some Things the HOA Board Should Do on Its Own

There is much merit to enlisting a professional management company to assist you in governing your HOA—and indeed, a company like Kuester Management Group can assist in a number of ways. Technology, legal issues, fiduciary responsibilities, vendor procurement—there...

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Handling HOA Complaints in Your Community

HOA Board Member Tip - Handling HOA Complaints in your community As a representative of the HOA Board, you work hard to put your community’s best interests first—to ensure that everything is running smoothly and that the standards of the Association are being...

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Handling Disputes Between Neighbors: A Few Tips

Handling HOA Neighbor Disputes: A Few Tips It happens in every community, at some point or another: A spat opens up between two neighbors, likely over an issue as seemingly trivial as a barking dog or a poorly maintained lawn. Of course, to the parties involved, these...

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Homeowner Tips: 4 Ways to Prepare for Fall

It’s hard to believe—and it doesn’t necessarily feel like it, here in the Carolinas—but the autumn season will be here before we know it. Kids are back in school, the lawn mowing season is winding down, pools are closing, and soon enough there will be a crispness in...

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Getting Homeowners Interested in HOA Board Service

Sometimes the toughest aspect of being an HOA board member is convincing other homeowners to do likewise—recruiting new volunteers for HOA Board service. To be totally blunt, your neighbors may see Board service as an unnecessary drain on their free time—and your job...

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Communication and Your HOA Maintenance Schedule

One of the great things about living in an HOA is enjoying access to common areas and community resources—swimming pools and clubhouses, tennis courts and grassy areas, in some communities even fitness centers, parks, and shared gardens. These things are nice, but of...

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5 Traits of Successful Homeowners Associations

There are about 325,203 homeowners associations in the U.S., but some are far more successful homeowners associations than others. What makes them different? Here are five traits of successful Homeowners Association boards: 1. They have a vision: HOA community...

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