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What to Do When You Inherit a Home

Inheriting a house can be exciting, but make sure you take these steps to avoid financial or legal trouble in the process When a loved one passes, you may find yourself with a property that was left to you, or… Read More

3 Tips for Handling Insurance Claims After a Hurricane

Dealing with insurance claims after a hurricane is never fun, but you can make them more manageable by following a few best practices. Hurricanes are terrifying experiences for everyone who encounters them, but even after the storm passes, the stress… Read More

5 Tips for First-Time Condo Buyers

Buying a condo can be a smart first step into the real estate investment game For home buyers who aren’t yet ready to commit to a single-family house, investing in a condominium can be a good way to get into… Read More

Code Violations: How to Ensure Owner Compliance

It’s not easy to get an entire community of homeowners to comply with all the rules and regulations of the association. Here are 4 steps you can take to encourage compliance One of the biggest challenges for homeowners’ associations (HOAs)… Read More

Code Violations: 3 Ways to Get Your Association to Make Fixes

Your HOA or condo association has certain obligations per its governing documents, but what can tenants do if they neglect those duties? Here are some common association violations, and 3 ways owners can push back. One of the advantages of… Read More

How to Assemble the Right Board for Your Association

The board is one of the most important aspects of a successful condo or homeowners’ association. Learn how to assemble the right people for your board and what they should know. Establishing a homeowners’ association (HOA) or condo association involves… Read More

Hurricane Prep and Your Condo Association

What are your association’s responsibilities when preparing for hurricane season? A condo association, while similar to a business, is also responsible for running the operations of its community. That includes ensuring regulations are followed, residents are informed, the grounds are… Read More

Managing Conflict in Community Board Meetings

Board meetings can become emotional or hostile fast – here are some strategies to keep things under control and on track Community boards are usually made up of home or condo owners, so their members may have differing opinions about… Read More

Six Ways to Fully Use Your CAM

Community association managers have a wide range of experience and expertise – here’s how to use that knowledge to the fullest within your association Hiring a community association manager (CAM) for your association is an important first step in streamlining… Read More

What Types of Trusted Advisors Should Your Association Use?

Hiring a team of trusted advisors ensures you’re making the right choices for your association Running a community association is like running a business. Legal regulations must be understood and followed, insurance claims must be made, cash flow must be… Read More

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