Failing to collect assessments may impair an association’s ability to pays its bills and provide essential services, but it’s important for boards to be flexible with homeowners who are facing financial hardship.
Community managers must interact with board members and residents who have a diverse set of opinions while carrying out the daily responsibilities of their role, making communication a crucial part of any respectable manager’s skillset.
As many of us finalize plans to spend Thanksgiving with family and friends, we also should take some time to feel grateful for those who have had an impact on our lives and celebrate this year’s accomplishments, big and small.
Volunteers play a critical role in making community associations vibrant and attractive places to live. Finding, motivating, directing, and maintaining volunteers’ interest, however, are challenging tasks. Communities can perfect their recruitment and retainment strategies with the following tips and tricks.
A management consultant by trade, Michael Kulich went above and beyond to help the Turtle Creek Homeowners Association in Orlando, Fla., deal with Hurricane Irma’s destruction.