What’s In? What’s Out?
Forget gates and golf. Today’s homeowners and buyers want something else. Adapt your amenities and community events or get left behind. In the not too distant past, simply having a gatehouse, golf course and swimming pool were a sure-fire way for a community association to attract residents and boost property values. By most accounts, that’s no longer the case. Increasingly, associations are revamping their facilities and programming to create a new type of community. They’re working to stay relevant by going beyond just brick-and-mortar amenities, traditional clubs and staid holiday parties. Read the article……….
Your condo association would never dream of turning away potential condo owners based on their race, religion, or familial status,
One of the worst aspects of working in the same position for a long period of time is burnout. It
Encouraging Community Association Members to Be Familiar with the Governing Documents May Reduce Violations
“How do you get them to read?” Sterling Jenkins, CEO and Co-Founder at Gladly, who has both lived in and