Legal jargon can be confusing. The agreement should be fair when with working with an HOA. Learn when and why to seek contract help from a qualified attorney.
One of your many jobs as a property manager is communicating effectively with building owners. Here are seven tips to help.
You know the day-to-day errands as a property manager – looking after your building, the endless paperwork, keeping your tenants happy, and looking for ways to reduce costs. However, the difference between a good property manager and a great one is the planning, which goes into these tasks.
Community association managers and property managers may sound like similar jobs, but there are key differences and responsibilities.
Choosing the right vendor can seem like a process of trial and error, but there are several common mistakes you can easily avoid.
All California HOAs were required to update their election rules in 2020. Now that everyone has experience with the new rules, it is a good time to draw some conclusions about what “good” election rules look like.
Your governing documents may allow them, but special assessments can lead to pushback from residents. Learn the best ways to handle them if the time comes.
As a vendor, you’re always looking for clients who will bring consistent work. A property manager hiring vendors will look for these nine things.
The millennial market is a key demographic. Here are 5 tips to connect with this particular set of potential clients, including millennial property managers
A property’s success depends on the ability to attract new tenants. Find out what you need to know as a property manager or owner.