Millennial Takeover: the Changing HOA Demographic

Millennial Takeover: the Changing HOA Demographic

Okay, so it’s not really a takeover. But chances are, you’re starting to see signs of this changing HOA demographic with more and more millennials moving into your HOA. Millennials are sometimes called Generation Y: those who reached adulthood around the turn of the...
Enforcement Without the Force

Enforcement Without the Force

As an HOA manager, you walk a fine line. You need to enforce the rules, but you don’t want to alienate everyone. You need to stay professional, but your role demands friendliness. While it’s your job to point out when people are skirting the by-laws, you...
HOA Renters are People, Too

HOA Renters are People, Too

According to the National Multifamily Housing Council, 37% of households in the United States are occupied by renters. That’s a significant percentage that most HOAs cannot afford to ignore. Unfortunately, those who rent homes versus buying them often get a bad...
The Holly Jolly HOA

The Holly Jolly HOA

From Halloween through the New Year, there are all sorts of opportunities to celebrate, decorate…and break every HOA rule in the book. But while you love the festivities as much as anyone else, you still have community standards to maintain. All too often,...
The Buzz-Killing HOA — Don’t Let It Be You

The Buzz-Killing HOA — Don’t Let It Be You

As an HOA manager, you probably run the organization like a business — and that’s not a bad thing. After all, you have goals, budgets, and projects to worry about, just like any other business entity. But while you’re focused on the workings of the...

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