Why Are HOA Reservations Such a Pain?

Why Are HOA Reservations Such a Pain?

Burke Nielsen Common amenities are the reason many home buyers choose to live in common interest communities. They have visions of relaxing by the pool, family reunions at the park pavilion, and movie night with friends in the clubhouse theater. But sharing these common facilities with hundreds of neighbors can be challenging. That's where HOA reservations come in. Read More... [et_social_share]
Above the Law: Why Homeowners Try to Skirt the Rules

Above the Law: Why Homeowners Try to Skirt the Rules

Meredith Pond You’ve seen it more times than you can count: rebellious homeowners living on the edge (or over the edge) of the HOA rules. While “rebellious” is probably a strong word in most cases, you are faced with a dilemma either way. You have to enforce HOA rules, but you don’t want to seem like the neighborhood rent-a-cop. Read More... [et_social_share]
Avoiding HOA Meeting Déjà Vu

Avoiding HOA Meeting Déjà Vu

Rachel Richardson One of the hardest things a property manager must do is manage, process and respond to abounding information. I was reminded of this when I read a recent forum on the subject of ‘motion spreadsheets.’ By my understanding, the question was — what is the best way to keep a searchable history of the Boards decisions (motions). Read More... [et_social_share]

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