Do HOA Buyers Know What They’re Getting Into?

Do HOA Buyers Know What They’re Getting Into?

Rachel Richardson Nobody in your community wants units to sit on the market for too long, or sell at a lowball price. One of the keys to attracting quality buyers (and HOA residents) is making sure prospective buyers know what they’re getting into before paperwork is signed. Here’s where to start to help buyers make informed decisions. Read More... [et_social_share]
HOA Renters are People, Too

HOA Renters are People, Too

Meredith Pond HOA Renters are sometimes stereotyped as dead-beats who don't maintain the home or take care of the yard. Surrounding residents might see them as more transient, lacking the same level of attachment to the neighborhood as those who buy a home and intend to stick around. Read More... [et_social_share]
How to Change the World – One HOA Election at a Time

How to Change the World – One HOA Election at a Time

The odds of making an impact look a lot better if you focus your efforts on small groups — like your community. This is particularly the case if you live in an HOA. Here's an example: let's say that you live in a moderately sized HOA with 100 doors, and that about 50 people vote in the board election (great turnout!). Let's also say that you got informed on the issues and influenced 10 others in your community to vote a particular way. That means that you have about a 1 in 5 chance of affecting the final outcome. I like those odds! Read More... [et_social_share]

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