In a recent article for Crisis Management Update, Employment Law Attorney Stephen Scott warned that businesses who ignore or misapply federal guidance on COVID-19 mitigation may be making a costly mistake. While CDC guidance
On March 11, 2020, Arizona Governor Douglas Ducey declared a state of emergency due to COVID-19, a highly contagious virus that can cause severe respiratory illness and death, especially in elderly populations and those with
Technology plays an ever-increasing role in our lives, including how we together manage and service your homeowners’ association. SpectrumAM has been very busy with several key technology updates in order to service you and your
At SpectrumAM, it is our goal to keep our partners apprised of the following provisions put forth by the March 2020 passing of the CARE Act and the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, two pieces
At SpectrumAM, we continue to work with our associations’ banks to ensure accounts have proper FDIC coverage. We also want to make sure the rates being offered are competitive to the current rates seen elsewhere
Recently, we published an update to the 2019 Texas Legislative Session. One of the outcomes of that session was the passing of House Bill 1025. So, how does this affect association board members and homeowners?
The 2019 legislative session recently ended, and we at SpectrumAM would like to inform our boards that little was passed that will impact SpectrumAM’s clients or the association management industry in general. Like many bills,
Although it may sound futuristic, camera-equipped, aerial vehicles known as drones are something you’ll likely see used by community associations in the near future. While the Federal Aviation Association (FAA) currently prohibits the use of