Dallas, TX, Aug. 13, 2020 -- TownSq (pronounced Town Square), an all-in-one app for communities, is helping board members and community managers efficiently communicate and facilitate the opening and closing of amenities with ease. Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and with more than 5 million confirmed cases in the US, there has been an evolution of restriction [...]
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When it comes to running an HOA community, communication is key. Technology has created a way for people to stay connected and consistently communicate without even having to step outside their own home. As generations age, it is important to stay up-to-date with technology and adapting to new ways of communicating. As a result, this will [...]
For first time HOA members, or even existing members learning the fundamentals of their HOA, many aspects of the association membership process feels overwhelming and extensive. Being able to assist and resolve any confusion about HOA documents easily is something that will help any board member to save precious time and see happier homeowners. What will [...]
HOA Fees As we continue to dive deeper into the world of HOAs, one important topic comes to mind that must not go unnoticed – HOA fees. As you may already know, HOA fees have been infamously criticized by many homeowners. Not to mention the HOA board members that must regulate these fees so that their [...]
The structure with which an HOA functions, and the bylaws and regulations that each HOA is constructed around, are extremely important to residents and board members alike. However, finding your HOA’s bylaws, understanding how they function and impact your HOA, and how ultimately they can be amended or changed if necessary, can sometimes be hard to [...]
The foundations and infrastructure needed for a well-positioned Homeowner Association (HOA) to develop can feel daunting at times for both the board members in charge as well as the residents. HOAs require significant time and energy from everyone in the community in order to function to the best of their abilities, and without professional help it [...]
Crises demand leadership, and leadership can often be a demanding and challenging task. As a board member of your HOA, a crisis, whether a national, state, or local one, can require you to elevate your leadership role to another level. One of the most important tools in being that type of responsible leader is being a [...]