There are pros and cons of having non-residents on your HOA board, but several situations may make it necessary
Negotiating contracts is a challenging task. Remember not to let your emotions take over, keep your client’s interests in mind, and know when to walk away.
As a business owner, choosing your clients carefully is a key part of successful partnerships.
In order to foster great working relationships, it’s a good idea to seek out customers that mesh well with your services and culture
Is a financial storm coming to your HOA? Here’s what to do when you’re hit with a large expense.
One of the most difficult aspects of an HOA board’s job is preparing the budget. It takes time and careful assessment.
With everything going digital, how do you know if your vendor compliance documents are secure?
Gone are the days of heavy file cabinets and physical records.
Sometimes being a leader means being on the front lines of your company and managing people, and other times it means trusting them to manage themselves.
6 tips for an HOA newsletter your residents will actually read
Most HOAs produce a newsletter for residents. Obviously, you need to inform homeowners about important issues and HOA actions, but your efforts can easily be ignored or dismissed by the very people who need the information most.
Are there advantages to hiring a younger company? While they may not have a long track record, sometimes costs can be lower.