Articles of Interest

Planning Your Communications, Kathleen A. LaBrosse, PCAM

There are two ways to communicate: oral and written contact. Either way, there is a sender, a receiver and message involved. The structure of your message, and the manner in which you impart information to the residents in your community,…

Considering Community Living, Community Associations Institute

Homeowners Have the Right To: 1. A responsive and competent community association. 2. Honest, fair and respectful treatment by community leaders and managers. 3. Participate in governing the community association by attending meetings, serving on committees and standing for election.…

Considering Community Living, Community Associations Institute

NEWLY DEVELOPED COMMUNITIES Determine not only when but also how the developer plans to transition control of the community to homeowners. RESALE Consult a community association manager or association officer to determine if there are unresolved issues pertaining to that…

Best Practices For Community Living

Reserves Community associations come in all sizes. They vary in age, amenities provided, and maintenance obligations. Careful planning for future repairs and replacements is not only in the best physical and fiscal interests of the community association, it is required…
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