Community associations switched to virtual meetings early in the pandemic to ensure continuity in operations—which has brought flexibility to boards and managers and led to higher attendance from residents.
The COVID-19 pandemic is leading to higher operating expenses and unanticipated costs for many community associations. Taking note of financial impacts now can help associations better prepare for the future.
Service providers help community associations meet their responsibilities to residents. Follow these strategies to help you build, and maintain, successful partnerships with these professionals.
Business partners have adjusted their operations to continue serving community association clients during the pandemic. They also reported no major impacts to staffing, client base, or budgeted expenses, according to a CAI survey.
Technology has been a driving factor of change in recent years, but the COVID-19 pandemic kicked that change into overdrive. Leveraging certain software and operating systems can help us improve the quality of service to community associations.
Many homeowners who live in a community association may not understand how it functions. CAI’s new guide aims to provide an introduction to community association living for those who live in, work for, or participate in a homeowners association, condominium community, or housing cooperative.
Homeowners associations in California with restrictions on long-term rentals must amend their bylaws to meet the requirements of a newly implemented law. Community association advocates say the statute may infringe on property ownership rights and curtails self-governance.
2020 was a challenging year that significantly impacted our lives, but millions of residents in community associations volunteered their time and resources to help neighbors, friends, frontline workers, and others in need.
This year, Ungated published 49 posts on various topics relevant to community association leaders and residents. Take a look at the most read stories in 2020.
The COVID-19 pandemic has many community association boards and managers concerned about visitors. Here are some things to consider when limiting the number of guests in your community over the holidays.