As property insurance rates are somewhat stabilizing in 2022, umbrella liability rates continue rising for common interest communities. New challenges are emerging in the insurance landscape, and it is imperative for board members and community managers to partner with credentialed and experienced professionals who will guide them through this social inflation crisis and will help them mitigate liability claims.
As the professional backbone of homeowners associations and condominium communities, community association managers have a special set of skills and expertise that are essential to successful operations and governance. Celebrate managers who create a sense of belonging, support, and purpose within the communities they serve.
Motivating volunteers requires fostering participation and communicating opportunities. Follow these four strategies to boost volunteer engagement in your community.
Finding talented young professionals to recruit, develop, and retain has become increasingly more challenging in community association management. Adjust your hiring strategies to attract and motivate them in a highly competitive job market.
Community managers and board members must have knowledge of community association governance and operations to effectively lead their communities. Pursuing education opportunities is crucial to fulfill this responsibility.