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  • Revolutionizing HOA Management: Changemakers on the Horizon July 15, 2024
    Community Associations play a crucial role in maintaining community harmony and property values. In the past, HOA management involved intricate paperwork, face-to-face meetings, and manual administrative tasks. Due in large part to the recent pandemic, the industry is experiencing a rapid paradigm shift. This article explores the evolving landscape of HOA management and new tools available to streamline processes and enhance efficiency.    Read the article…………………………….
  • The importance of effective condo association management July 11, 2024
    Have you ever wondered why effective condo association management is crucial?  It ensures that everything runs smoothly in your community. Proper management handles finances, maintenance, and regulations. It keeps the property value high and residents happy. Don’t underestimate its importance.  Learn more and see how you can enjoy top-notch condo association management today!    Read the article…………………………….
  • HB 1021: Community Associations (FL) July 2, 2024
    Florida’s latest community association bill (HB 1021), signed by the Governor on June 14, 2024, relates to the governance of condominium and cooperative associations and the practice of community association management.    Read the article…………………………….
  • Florida Governor Signs Senate Bill 382 Into Law June 18, 2024
    After a very active legislative session, we report another legislative update impacting community association managers. Florida’s Governor signed Senate Bill 382, which deals with continuing education requirements and becomes effective on July 1, 2024. Our summary of the changes    Read the article…………………………….
  • Financial management: Understanding how community managers drive sound decisions June 14, 2024
    Community association managers wear many hats and must be well versed in a wide range of skills, all of which are equally important. One component of a manager’s role is to completely understand the financial management aspects of a business. This means knowing and interpreting the financial pieces as well as the nuances that come along with decisions.   Read the article…………………………….
  • HOA Homefront: 13 things HOA service providers need to know (CA) June 7, 2024
    This is part four of a five-part series on HOA management. 1. The client is the HOA corporation, not the president or any individual director. Make sure you know whether the person instructing you or your staff is authorized to speak on behalf of the HOA.     Read the article…………………………….
  • HOA Homefront: 17 things I wish all HOA managers knew (CA) May 31, 2024
    1. Managers are the HOA’s most important service providers. HOAs don’t work well without competent and trustworthy managers.   Read the article…………………………….
  • To Give or Receive: A Guide to Crafting a Gifting Policy for Managers, Management Companies, and Boards May 21, 2024
    Gift-giving in the workplace amongst managers, management companies and vendors can be a thoughtful gesture, but it can also be complicated by the untrue perceptions or lack of understanding where “the line” is. To ensure a positive and ethical environment, management companies need clear gifting policies that managers and our vendor partners understand and abide by. When your company or Board is considering creating a formal policy, here are a few key things to consider   Read the article…………………………….
  • HOA Homefront: Is it our manager or is it us? May 3, 2024
    Many associations struggle with a poor manager relationship, resulting in frustration for both sides. However, such struggles are sometimes created by the board and not the manager. Therefore, these can be resolved by a change in board practices.  Truly, some managers are simply not cut out for the job. The need for excellent HOA managers increases along with the growing number of community associations.    Read the article…………………………….
  • 5 Community Association Management Trends to Watch in 2024 April 30, 2024
    The rise of community associations across the U.S. holds promise for management companies in 2024—but companies also need to be prepared to face a unique set of challenges in the coming year.  Which opportunities and obstacles will association managers face in 2024, and how are they adapting their strategies in this evolving environment? HomeWiseDocs surveyed more than 1,100 association management professionals and board members to find out exactly that.    Read the article…………………………….

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  • Time Management Tips for HOA Executives July 13, 2024
    Juggling the responsibilities of an HOA executive can be a time-consuming challenge. Between board meetings, resident concerns, and managing team members, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed. This guide offers time management tips specifically designed to help HOA executives conquer their workload and reclaim their sanity. From the power of time blocking to leveraging technology, discover how to become a master of efficiency and navigate your HOA role with newfound focus and productivity.   Read the article…………………………….
  • Workplace Violence Prevention Plans – Community Associations With Employees Need to Comply July 9, 2024
    California has long required employers to establish, implement and maintain an injury prevention program. With the passage of Senate Bill No. 553 (SB 553) last year, California has imposed now upon employers the additional obligation to establish, implement and maintain in all work areas, an effective workplace violence prevention plan (“WP Violence Plan”) which contains specified information. Beginning July 1, 2024 covered employers must adopt a WP Violence Plan    Read the article…………………………….
  • Community Association Management Contracts Considerations: Indemnification (VA) July 8, 2024
    Community associations are engaged in multi-faceted and dynamic operations, often handling a wide assortment of items from handling reserve funds to arranging for swimming pool operations. There are also considerable administrative burdens in the operation of a community association such as handling communications with owners, payment of insurance premiums, collection of assessments, and preparing Virginia State Corporation Commission (“SCC”) annual reports.    Read the article…………………………….
  • ‘Economic mismatch’: A shortage of Ontario condo managers is driving up fees July 2, 2024
    As the Ford government pins its hopes of solving Ontario’s housing crisis by building 1.5 million new homes by 2031, a chronic shortage of qualified people to run new condo buildings threatens to drive up costs for homeowners even as new units finally come online.    Read the article…………………………….
  • 2024 Florida Legislative Recap: SB 382 Modifies Continuing Education Requirements for CAMs June 27, 2024
    This summer, Governor Ron DeSantis signed several Bills that directly affect condominium, homeowners’, and cooperative associations. On May 17, 2024, Governor DeSantis signed Senate Bill 382 (“SB 382” or the “Bill”), which modifies continuing education requirements for Florida-licensed community association managers (“CAMs”). The Bill is effective July 1, 2024; thus, all CAMs and associations should review and become familiar with its changes. Below is a brief summary of the Bill and how we expect it to affect CAMs moving forward.  ...

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