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.
As the property manager of your association, here’s what you should be doing and the resources you can provide to your community
As COVID-19 continues to spread, the economy is seeing significant impacts, and communities around the globe are upended.
82 Blog posts to help HOAs connect with trustworthy vendors
In 2019, we made a plan: Start a blog that would be beneficial to our HOA and vendor clients. Well, we did just that! We’ve shared a lot of information over the last year that we hope has helped you through tough times and answered your unique questions.
Now is the time to think through and prepare for how HOAs and other managed communities might react when the economy starts to shrink.
Property managers don’t have to be expert builders, but they do have to know how to hire them. Because when things go wrong on a big construction project, it reflects just as poorly on the property manager as the contractor they hired
Thoroughly vetting contractors and other vendors won’t prevent accidents, but it can go a long way toward protecting owners and residents and providing property managers peace of mind when paint buckets fall, sprinkler heads fly, and truck brakes fail.
Vetting vendors is one of the most important functions property managers perform. It’s also one of the most time consuming, which is why so many are outsourcing the process to companies like Vendorsmart.