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  • 8 Questions to Ask and How to Choose a Property Management Company

    Do you know what questions to ask a prospective property management company? Check out our list to make sure you have all the right information before making a choice.
  • Email Communication Best Practices for Coronavirus Information

    Here are some email communication best practices for your building to use when sending out communications regarding the current pandemic.
  • From Beagles to Boxers: How to Take Care of a Dog in an Apartment

    Here are some important tips and tricks to help keep both you and your furry friend healthy and happy. And as always, be sure to consult your vet or local breeder about how much daily activity is appropriate for your canine pal.
  • Steps for Condo or Co-Op Hoarding Clean-Up, NYC

    Hoarding can be dangerous to every resident in your NYC condo or co-op building. Learn how to work with hoarders in your building today.
  • Learn How Your Board Can Choose The Right Condo Reserve Study Firm

    Reserve studies and their relationship to capital improvements and preventive maintenance were discussed at length in our guide to capital improvements.
  • How to Hold Your Next Board Meeting by Video Conferencing

    It goes without saying that how we communicate has drastically switched from in-person contact to user-friendly digital platforms since the COVID-19 pandemic began to spread.
  • Keep Your Co-op and Condo Board Meeting on Track with These Do’s and Don’ts

    With many meetings moving to telecommunications platforms like Zoom or GoToMeeting, it’s more important than ever to have a fine-tuned system for keeping your meetings organized and on track. There are steps you can take to ensure your upcoming meetings, whether they’re online or in person are effective and concise.
  • Technology at Home Part 2: Keeping Boards and Residents Safe Online

    As board communications become increasingly reliant on web-based technologies, it’s more important than ever to take proactive steps to safeguard the way you share and save sensitive information.
  • Condominium Corporation Budgets: Creating a Road Map to Success

    It’s budget season! Are you stressed? Concerned about a potential dues increase or a large capital project that’s looming in the future? The word “budget” can be scary, so thinking about creating next year’s budget is daunting for many homeowners boards. We’d like to change that. In fact, we don’t want you to view next year’s budget as a task at all.
  • How to Communicate: What Your Board Should Know and Do

    You want your condo community to be successful. All board members do. You know that means watching the finances carefully and maintaining the property. But do you think about effective board communication as an ingredient in your recipe for success? It is!
  • Scary Fun: Halloween Safety Tips for Your Family and Community

    Halloween is right around the corner and before it arrives there are many precautions we must take to ensure our kids and community are safe. As we prepare to celebrate let’s go over a checklist of safety measures we can take to make sure the little ghosts and goblins throughout our community are safe.
  • Talking the Talk: Communication with Your Property Management Company

    Getting the most out of the relationship between your Condominium Corporation and your property management company comes down to many important factors and communication, as in any relationship, is essential.
  • What Should you Expect from a Residential Property Manager

    Not all residential property managers have what they need to give you great service. Learn what it takes to be a great residential property manager.
  • The 12 Yeas & Nays of HOA Social Media

    Capitalize on your resident's online presence to boost the positive online reputation of your association.
  • Corona-Vision: 8 Takeaways We Can Appreciate

    Each of us, in our own way, are doing our part to make those in uncomfortable situations feel a little closer to home and a lot closer to love.
  • Discover How You Can Implement HOA Pool Rules, Texas

    In Texas, where temperatures can reach triple digits and humidity isn’t far behind, a refreshing dip in a pool can be a welcome relief. That’s why so many HOAs offer swimming pools as an amenity. Here are 10 guidelines to help you manage your association pool.
  • Going Virtual: Best Virtual Meeting Platforms

    Given the unprecedented practice of "social distancing," now may be the best time to find the right video conferencing platform for your association.
  • Hurricane Prep: Your Association Management Company and You

    Everything is bigger in Texas & sometimes even hurricanes. And during hurricane season, being a board member for a residential community in the Houston area can bring some big challenges, too. To help get you and your community ready and reduce the effects if a hurricane does strike, we've put together six important tips.
  • Keep Your Community Safe During Summer Vacations

    Summer time – the perfect season to hit the road, relax, spend time with family and friends, or embark on a new adventure. While you hope your residents have fun on their summer vacations, you also want to make sure that their homes stay safe and they fulfill their responsibilities to the association while away. Whether you live in a condominium, master-planned or single-family community, you want to make sure that your residents prepare their homes in a way that helps protect themselves and the community.
  • Keep Your HOA Community Safe During Summer Vacations

    Summertime: It’s the perfect season to hit the road, relax, spend time with family and friends or embark on a new adventure. Although you hope that residents in your community have fun on their summer vacations, you also want to make sure that their homes stay safe and that they continue to fulfill their responsibilities to the association. Whether yours is a condominium, master-planned or single-family community, follow these tips to help your residents prepare their homes in a way that protects it and the community while they are away.
  • Lifestyle at Home: A Little Something for Everyone

    Continue an engaged, at-home lifestyle by utlizing these resources for residents of all ages!
  • Lifestyle at Home: Keeping Young Ones Engaged

    Not only will they learn something new every day, but it'll also keep their minds bright and busy.
  • Severe Weather & Your Community

    Whether you live in a single-family, condo, high-rise or operate a commercial building, we all should know how to prepare for the impact of severe weather.
  • The 12 Yeas & Nays of COA Social Media

    Get 12 Do's & Don'ts of social media management.
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