Meeting Minutes Matter™ The Short Term Rental

Meeting Minutes Matter™ The Short Term Rental

Victoria Cohen Most governing documents regulate the minimum length of time a residence may be rented; this is usually no less than 30 days. Yet, with the advent of Airbnb and similar sites, owners have discovered a new income stream through short term rental of their homes, often at the expense of the entire community. For some communities, short-term rentals are OK. The owners want to use their dormant property for short term rental and income… For other communities, short-term rentals mean noisy parties, damage to common area, and a general unease of having strangers in your community. Read More... [et_social_share]
Doing “Online” Better

Doing “Online” Better

Burke Nielsen Homeowners nowadays expect to find the information they want, when they want it without too much effort. With almost all homeowners having access to the internet and email and about 75% using some form of social media, the way homeowners get information has changed. It’s no surprise that today, the tried and true newsletter of the past, quickly finds it’s way to the recycle bin with the rest of the junk mail. Read More... [et_social_share]
Meeting Minutes Matter™ California Open Meeting Act — Setting Homeowner Expectations

Meeting Minutes Matter™ California Open Meeting Act — Setting Homeowner Expectations

Victoria Cohen When an upset homeowner attends a homeowner association (HOA) board meeting, they believe they have the right to speak to the board, and sometimes demand answers or immediate action by the board. Although most of us would like immediate answers from the board, it is important that the board, management, and sometimes experts, like roofers/plumbers/arborists, and so forth, review the homeowner request before an informed decision can be made. Read More... [et_social_share]

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