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Tips for Virtual HOA Meetings

With local regulations on social distancing, meetings, and group gatherings, a lot of Home Owners Associations are going to virtual HOA meetings. This may seem like a seamless transition, however there are many things to consider when switching your HOA meetings from in person to virtual. Choosing a Platform
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5 Tips for New HOA Board Members

Compliments to you for your new role as an HOA board member! Give yourself a pat on the
back for your new position. Being an HOA board member comes with a lot of different responsibilities and requires you to wear a lot of different hats. To help you get started ...
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Have You Started Your 2021 HOA Budget? Here Are Three Steps to Start Your Planning

The end of the year is approaching fast, which means it is time to start your 2021 HOA budget. You should start your HOA budget process now to give your HOA enough time to create an effective budget for next years. There are some essential items, documents, and steps to ...
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Reviewing Vendor Contracts for Your HOA in Current Times

Have you recently reviewed your vendor contracts? Revisiting vendor contracts can be very important, especially in ever changing times. There are key items you want to look for such as liabilities, how to reduce the risk of litigations, and most importantly, making sure the needs of your community are being ...
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Best Practices to Managing Your Vendor Agreements

We have passed the halfway point of the year, and your midyear budget review is complete. While reviewing your budget you may have noticed some expenses paid to vendors, or realized you need to hire vendors for community projects like maintenance, road and sidewalk repairs, landscaping, and more. Now is ...
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How to Start Preparing Your Reserve Study

What is a reserve study?
A reserve study outlines a stable, equitable, and proactive Annual Funding Plan to offset your community’s long- term and often costly expenditures. A study made of all the major capital systems in the association, it evaluates how much life they have left and how much ...
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TIPS FOR RECRUTING HOA BOARD MEMBERS

One of the best ways to enhance your community and make it the best that it can be is to volunteer as a member of the HOA board. Becoming a board member can take up a lot of valuable time, but it is worth the investment.  Finding people willing to ...
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Helpful Steps Creating Your HOA Budget

  • Prepare a Business Plan
    • What do the board and residents want to accomplish, as a whole? Adding Amenities (e.g. playground or security gate) can be costly, or a luxury. Residents may instead want a budget that enhances the current property at this time
  • Develop processes & ...
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Annual HOA Budget

Setting an annual budget is a crucial part of the Homeowners Association.  The members on the board are in charge reviewing costs, gathering data and projecting expenses for the coming year. Communities, businesses, individuals, families, and organizations of all kinds must have a budget in place in order to navigate ...
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2020 – New Year’s Resolutions for HOA Boards

As 2020 approaches, it’s tradition for many to begin thinking about New Year’s resolutions. Beyond one’s personal resolutions, this is a perfect time to commit to making changes and improving the operations of HOA Boards. Here are some tips that can help HOA Boards build stronger communities: 1 . Re-read ...
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