How to Transition Your Condo or HOA Community Away from your Current Manager

Moving away from your current property manager is not as difficult as community boards think.  This article discusses the pathway forward to help you change from whatever you are suffering with now to a brighter future. Just like breaking up with someone you dated you can procrastinate and not do it because you don’t want to deal with it, sometimes it is comfortable staying with someone you know rather than finding someone new or you talk yourself into staying saying it’s not that bad – until you are disappointed again. But when you make the move you are usually rewarded and say for heaven’s sakes what took me so long?… Read More

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Top 5 Problems with Self-Managing your Condo or HOA and Solutions

You know what?  Becoming a self-managed community may not be right for you.  It may be more work and you may have to learn a lot of new ways of doing things in an unfamiliar industry.  But if you are looking for a low cost alternative to full property management, have a core group of active volunteers and have some industry experts to help, well then being self-managed might be the perfect choice for your association. Over my career I’ve worked with hundreds of volunteer board members.  I’ve trained boards at Community Associations Institute (CAI) events and answered a lot of board member’s questions.  I’ve sat with dozens of boards… Read More

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