Improper contracts can open a managed community to unnecessary litigation and expense. Here are some tips for writing solid contracts that serve both parties.
It is important for community associations to foster positive, lasting relationships with vendors. Here are some tips to make that a reality.
When it’s time to levy a special assessment, getting support from homeowners is critical
Nobody likes to open their mailbox and find an invoice for a large sum of money from their HOA, especially if it’s out of the blue.
Vendor relations can be tricky for association managers. Watching out for these 4 mistakes can prevent financial losses and legal troubles
Managing vendor contracts is an important aspect of community management, but many property managers and HOAs don’t do their due diligence when receiving and approving bids.
Simplifying the RFP process can streamline a community association’s vendor-vetting experience
A property manager’s primary goal is to maintain an attractive, functional, and peaceful community for residents, and there are a lot of moving parts that go into making that happen.
Common issues include security and maintenance, among other grievances. Here’s how to handle some typical objections and keep the community happy