Management Companies

Updating the roles in your community, and what you need to know

As we approach the end of the year, it is time to look at the current roles in the community to see what needs to be updated for the coming year. We've compiled a list of things you should consider to be best prepared for the coming year.


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7 tips for Managers to Create the Perfect Communication Strategy


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The benefits to a banking software for the HOAs you manage

What makes HOA banking software so unique? For starters, HOA banking software is not only unique, but it’s also become the future of all HOA software! Software such as this is specifically built to accommodate the financial needs of HOAs and their communities. 


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A letter from the President: Key takeaways from ACAM-CEO

ACAM-CEO is an event in our industry that we look forward to every year. Here are some key takeaways that we feel are challenging the property management industry and what things we can do to overcome these obstacles.


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Are younger homeowners changing the HOA landscape? 

Younger generations are beginning to build families and buy homes. So how is this impacting HOAs? Here are five ways we see managed communities change as a younger homeowner moves in.


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HOA Resale Documents Explained

Resale documents are some of the most important sources of information that helps with ensuring the security of your new home or condominium.


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Why Online Payments are Important for the HOAs you Manage

Bringing more technology to the HOAs you manage can be intimidating, especially regarding financials. We outline some important reasons you should offer this to the communities you manage and how it can save you time and money.


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5 Tips for a Foolproof Architectural Review Plan

Having an architectural review committee isn't enough you need to also have a good review plan in place. Check out these 5 tips for a foolproof architectural review plan that you can easily implement in your community.


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5 Maintenance Plans you Should Consider for your HOA

HOAs that do not utilize a maintenance plan, often find themselves taking more of a reactive approach. Prepare your community by considering these 5 HOA plans.


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How to Adopt a Collection Policy

HOA dues are a large part in keeping your HOA up and running. It is also important to have a well structured collection policy in place if and when a homeowner defaults on their payment. Outlined in this article are some key steps to ensuring you have a successful collection plan in place.


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5 Reasons to Bring your HOA into the future

Adapting technology for your HOA can seem like a rather daunting task, however the benefits far outweigh the risks. Check out these 5 reasons your HOA should be thinking about technology for their community.


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Tips for Managing your Amenity Reservations

Tips for managing your HOA's amenity reservations with ease, plus a downloadable checklist for homeowners to use when enjoying the amenity the reserved.


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On-site Community Manager Goals and Duties

As a property manager, we're sure you've experienced it all — managing, customer service, community emergencies, community events, HOA budgets, and much more.


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Increase Homeowner Satisfaction:

As a property manager or board member, fostering teamwork within an HOA can be one of the most effective strategies for your community.


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5 Reasons to be Proactive with the Communities you Manage


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Setting up the Architectural Review Board for Success

As a property manager, you were not only hired for your fantastic skills and amazing personality, but for your ability to manage people. When it comes to people and relationships, emotional connections are necessary


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Creating a Data-Driven Property Management Business

As our HOA communities grow and develop, so will the need for property management companies. In this day and age, the growth of HOAs is increasing at an unbelievable rate.


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Starting the New Year Off Right in the Association Management Industry

The new year always comes with a new resolution. It's typically a time for a change or “reset.” New year's resolutions are just as common in any business, especially in the association management industry. 


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5 Tips to Transition the New Board Smoothly

Congratulations! You’re now the proud parent of a newly elected HOA board of directors! As a community manager, you’re dedicated to helping your board make the perfect transition into their new roles.


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Best Practices to Draft and Amend your Governing Documents

Living in an HOA has many benefits, one of the biggest being the hierarchy that exists within the community: managers, boards, and homeowners. Pre-set rules and by-laws inform homeowners what they can do and what they may need to ask permission for.


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What is an HOA Inspector, Plus Tips for Hiring One

Property inspections are essential to the well-being and growth of the HOA community. Its primary purpose is to ensure that the community is safe, thrives, and maintains its value.


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Improve the HOA violation process in the communities you manage

If you work in HOA management, we’re sure you’ve had your share of working with the HOA violation process — which is no walk in the park. HOA violations are probably one of the most challenging processes to organize and communicate.


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How to Increase Homeowner Satisfaction for the Associations you Manage

It should go without saying that when managing clients, their satisfaction should always be the top priority. When thinking about an HOA specifically, there are many ways to improve homeowner satisfaction within a subset of communities that can be streamlined by HOA software. Below we will discuss some of the many ways you can increase satisfaction in the associations you manage.


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5 Tips to Simplify Online Voting in your HOA

Managing an HOA can be highly stressful and sometimes increasingly complicated for board members and community managers. Many HOAs across the United States still operate by non-technological means, meaning that most operations are built on the backbone of in-person meetings or paper and pen.


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Top Performance Metrics HOA Property Managers Should Track

Just like any job or long-term career, employees are given performance metrics to ensure that their job is being performed at its ultimate best. The same principle goes for HOAs and property management companies — performance metrics such as KPIs are used to evaluate the growth and open opportunities of the community.


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Online Election: How to manage one

For many people, an online election or digital voting is often seen as quite fun and collaborative. However, this isn’t always the case, especially when voting on matters in an HOA. HOA elections are historically given a bad rep because they usually become a point of contention between groups or individuals with vastly differing opinions regarding how the board should run the HOA.


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5 Tips for Increasing Collaboration Between Managers and Boards

When you work as a manager or board member, you’re expected to do your fair share of collaboration. Keeping tabs on every meeting and member can sometimes be overwhelming...


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The Responsibilities of an HOA Property Management Company

Do you found yourself discussing the idea of an HOA management company? Or in fact, you may even work alongside one right now.


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6 Tips To Being An Effective Community Manager

What makes an effective community manager? The HOA community manager is the unsung hero of the HOA community.


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How Technology Can Transform Your Management Company

With the ever-expanding scope and use of the internet, along with an increasing demand for businesses in every sector to function virtually on some level, at least, technology has become an essential tool for most companies.


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7 ways a Community Association Manager can keep Boards and Homeowners informed

As a community association manager (CAM), you play many roles in the HOA community. From helping the HOA manage the day-to-day operations, assist with requesting proposals, or managing contractors and vendors, a CAM’s role is vital to the overall function of the community.


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7 Steps to Become a Property Manager

In terms of creating the best, most well-run community possible, that builds strong foundations in both communications between board members and residents as well the daily operations that keep the community functioning, having a property manager assist in that process can be a tremendous asset.


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HOA Meetings: The types, the rules and how to prepare one

As an organization that operates as a corporation, a homeowners association must construct and organize their community so that it can thrive.


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