As temperatures change, community associations often see an increase in the number of pest-related complaints. Determining the best way to deal with bed bugs, rodents, termites, and other pest complaints can be a challenge for board members and property managers who must juggle a variety of competing interests in order to best serve their communities.
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Condominium, homeowner, and townhome associations have traditionally relied upon security gates as the sole means of controlling vehicular access to their communities. While a gatehouse that is staffed 24/7 may provide residents with a sense of security and grandeur, the relatively low cost, efficiency, reliability and increased capabilities associated with implementing new Automated License Plate … Read More ›
As you’re probably well aware, condominium, townhome, and homeowner’s association residents typically pay regular assessments to cover collective maintenance expenses. But what happens when there are financial needs outside of the community’s annual budget? Enter Special Assessments.
Let’s review the basics:
What are Special Assessments?
Special assessments are monies, in addition to the regular monthly assessment, collected by … Read More ›
Following the Illinois Supreme Court’s January 25th, 2019 Decision in Rosenbach v. Six Flags Entertainment Corporation, condominium, townhome, and homeowner’s associations utilizing biometric-based technology (that is, employee timeclocks and other technology requiring a person to provide a retina scan, fingerprint, voiceprint, hand-scan or face-scan) can find themselves facing severe statutory penalties for failing to comply … Read More ›