Customer service is important for any small business. Here are four tips to deliver excellent HOA services to a community.
Finding quality vendors to do work in your community can be an overwhelming task. Using a vendor directory can save you a lot of time and hassle.
Your HOA depends on solid vendor relationships, but if you aren’t vetting them, you’re putting your association at risk. Here are the top 5 risks and how to avoid them.
HOAs can be the perfect clients for vendors, but how do you land them? Here are tips for finding more HOA jobs, including using a marketplace like VendorSmart.
You don’t have much time to devote to marketing for your construction company. But here are simple ways to start connecting with new customers, including property managers in your area.
The CC&Rs and bylaws outline expectations for both board members and HOA residents. Make sure the board follows procedures for proper communication by reviewing these documents.
It can challenging to build customer loyalty, especially if your business is young. These strategies will help you start focusing on building a loyal customer base, one of the most important parts of growth.
Your HOA can’t operate at maximum potential without money. Here are tips for creating a financial system that can help your community maintain positive cash flow.
Running a small business means you have to prepare for taxes and keep records of all your expenses. Here are a few tips that will help you create a tax strategy. Don’t wait until next year to get on top of your finances.
If you’re on an HOA board, one of your duties will involve hiring contractors. We discuss the different kinds of vendors you may need to hire and provide tips on how to ensure you find the right one.