No one wants to have to deal with an emergency situation or natural disaster (ex. earthquake, flooding, tornado, wildfires) in their condominium, homeowner (HOA), or townhome association. But board members, community leaders, and property managers should be proactive in their preparation to handle a crisis.
An association’s emergency plan should incorporate action steps to mitigate harm. … Read More ›
The decision to start a community newsletter opens an exciting new chapter for a condominium, homeowner (HOA), or townhome association. A newsletter can help promote neighborhood events, provide updates on association projects, and encourage owner engagement. But where do you start?
If board members, community leaders, or property managers do not have experience creating a newsletter, … Read More ›
It’s becoming more common to find yourself next to a Chevy Volt, Nissan Leaf, or Tesla Model S in traffic…and perhaps in the parking lot of your condominium, homeowner, or townhome association.
Various reports indicate that the sales of electric vehicles will continue to grow. However, the feasibility of supplying the growing number of electric vehicles … Read More ›
Social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter have made communication faster, cost effective, and convenient when compared to physical mailings. However, issues can arise if an Association utilizes social media to communicate Association information and the Board has not taken proactive measures to develop a written communication policy.
Here are five key factors that … Read More ›