When to Use Your HOA's Reserve Fund HOA boards dutifully save part of each year’s revenue in a reserve fund for the association. But, what exactly is this reserve fund for, and how can the
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How to Hold an Effective HOA Board Meeting Homeowners’ associations function as corporations and, as such, are required to hold regular meetings with officers and shareholders. Board meetings are important and often reflect how the
Policies the HOA Board Should Consider Policies help set the tone for how an association is run. From pets to towing to how conflicts of interest are handled, HOA policies are the guidestones for daily
How to Handle Disaster Management for Your HOA Despite our best efforts, disasters are regular occurrences and are most often out of our control. Whether predicted or unexpected, natural or man-made, disasters can occur without
How to Keep Assessments Low in Your HOA Member satisfaction is a key element to running a successful HOA, and raising assessments is not something most board members want to face. Assessments must be high
Social Media Best Practices for HOAs As the busy holiday season is upon us and the new year is fast approaching, it’s important to keep homeowners connected with what’s going on in the HOA. With
Parking Policies in the HOA With the holidays fast approaching, homeowners will be spending more time at home, rendering more vehicles in the community. Now would be a good time to review your association parking
Unenforceable HOA Terms and How to Avoid Them As part of the annual review and revision of governing documents, it’s important that HOA boards avoid using terms that will make association rules unenforceable. Doing so
Explaining HOA Assessments to Homeowners As our partner, we want to help you set your community and homeowners up for success. Timely and effective communication regarding assessments is one important way to get each year