Category: Board Operations

Board Operations Time Management for Managers
Time Management for Managers

It’s often tough to get  condo association and HOA residents interested in joining their building or association’s board. No one wants to work a second job if they don’t have to—especially one that doesn’t pay—but regardless, there’s import…

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Board Operations Choosing an Attorney
Choosing an Attorney

Not every community association or HOA is going to run afoul of the law—the happy truth is that litigation and legal trouble are relatively rare occurrences. However, even the most upstanding board must navigate a labyrinth of association l…

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Board Operations Following House Rules
Following House Rules

Taste is subjective. Luckily your board’s design rules and guidelines aren’t. From gaudy exterior paint colors, to improperly mounted flagpoles, to Clark Griswold-esque holiday light displays, the exterior design choices of individual unit …

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Board Operations Architects and Engineers
Architects and Engineers

The only constant in life is change—as they say—and that’s especially true for those living in Nevada, where no community stays the same for long. Indeed, here in the Silver State, renovations are taking place, new capital improvements are …

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Board Operations To Choose or Not to Choose
To Choose or Not to Choose

Running the day-to-day business of a community association or HOA of any size requires not just a functional board, but a team of competent outside professionals. These professionals keep things running smoothly and efficiently for resident…

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Board Operations Managing Building Staff
Managing Building Staff

Your community association or HOA building may be your home, but to many others, it's a workplace. Whether they’re managing a small, tight-knit walk-up building or a sprawling development, association managers handle a wide array of tasks f…

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Board Operations Training New Board Members
Training New Board Members

A community association or homeowners association is the cornerstone of a building community.  The community association or HOA maintains order and continuity by preserving architectural integrity, maintaining the common elements, protectin…

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Board Operations Noise Rules
Noise Rules

When you live in a multifamily building, however, peace and quiet can be hard to come by. From the guy upstairs who gargles loudly at precisely 6:47 a.m. every morning to the neighbor with the yapping Chihuahua—at some point the soundtrack …

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