Tips for non-Scroogey ways that HOAs can handle 3 common holiday problems: lights, theft, and parking.
Airbnb has been a boon to owners looking for extra cash, but an occasional nightmare for HOAs. In San Francisco, the laws regulating Airbnb are growing more complex. What do […]
What Does “Certified” Mean? A “certified common interest development manager” has a tested understanding of homeowner association laws and best practices, with special focus on the business and management skills […]
Most people are already aware that the state of California is experiencing the worst drought in history, and our savvy followers also may know that this has significant implications on […]
Every year, thousands of Americans are victims of carbon monoxide poisoning, requiring hospitilzation and sometimes even dying as a result. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless, tasteless – and toxic […]
Unfortunately, fraud happens in homeowners associations. No strategy will guarantee that your HOA won’t be a victim of theft or embezzlement, but your board can take reasonable steps to reduce […]
There are nearly 100,000 plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) in California – 40 percent of the national PEV market. Your homeowners association may have already received requests for charging stations on […]
Communication Is the Key to Disaster Management Management of any disaster or emergency event is a complicated and multi-faceted task. One of the most important, and oftentimes overlooked, parts of […]
How do you know if your HOA manager is doing a good job? Identify problems, and learn how to get better service for your condominium or association.
From time to time, a community association is forced to sue a member who has violated the governing documents. Many times, these lawsuits are “settled” without trial. Sometimes however, a […]