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……….


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