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Let it snow: Texas community creates winter wonderland

Let it snow: Texas community creates winter wonderland

While nestled in the heart of Spring, Texas, where snowfall is a rare sight, the Windrose Community Association has found a creative way to bring the joy of winter to its residents. Each year, usually during the holiday season, Windrose transforms a designated area into a Texas winter wonderland by creating a snowy hill that children can enjoy. This heartwarming tradition not only brings joy to the children, but also strengthens the sense of community within Windrose.

Lending transparency: Freddie Mac improves access to information

Lending transparency: Freddie Mac improves access to information

Freddie Mac took a giant step toward transparency last week when it announced sweeping changes to its condominium and housing cooperative financing system. The government-sponsored enterprise that underwrites mortgages is introducing a tool that indicates whether a community is “certified” for financing or “not eligible”—and providing guidance that explains why a community may not be eligible.

Aging in place: Developing policies to protect older adults

Aging in place: Developing policies to protect older adults

It’s natural for community association board members and managers to be concerned for older residents who start displaying signs of failing health, confusion, hoarding, and other erratic behaviors. Balancing the well-being of the community and that of an individual resident can be very challenging. Here’s how to develop policies that protect your residents and community.

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