Five Steps HOA Board Members Can Take to Identify and Resolve Conflict
Posted on Monday June 30, 2014
Homeowner Association boards are comprised of volunteer homeowners that have an interest in their community. These individuals are tasked with the important responsibility to make decisions and take action on items that affect the community as a part and/or whole. Some of these decisions can be difficult, especially obtaining a majority agreement on the matter.
HOA Management Tips 101: Top Tips for Board Members
Posted on Friday June 20, 2014
Becoming a Board Member for your homeowners association (HOA) is not just a volunteer opportunity. There are a lot of responsibilities that are assumed when stepping into the position.
Exposing the 8 Biggest Myths About Partnering with a Community Management Company
Posted on Wednesday June 18, 2014
While debating on whether your current management company is the best fit for you or if it’s time for a change, you find yourself influenced by other’s opinions, media, newspaper articles, costs, etc. Self-managed, unmanaged, professionally managed, over managed or undermanaged, it is easily assumable that you have believed at least one of the eight myths listed, at one-time or another.
Making Your HOA’s Money Go Farther
An important job when you are on the board of a homeowners association (HOA) is to properly manage the HOA budget. One way that you probably do this is by trying to get the highest-quality products and services at the lowest possible prices.
Sure, it’s great to save a couple of hundred dollars, but what if you could save even more? Some Nevada communities have done just that.
Financial Statements 101 – the What, Why and How
Your board took the time to create a solid budget your association can stick to. Now how do you regularly measure your success at doing so? Regularly generated financial statements are the best tool for keeping an eye on the fiscal fitness of your association.