HOA’s: Self Management vs. Management Company

Self management can be a costly mistake for homeowner Associations. Volunteers often lack the experience to effectively take on the duties of Association management; collecting dues, paying bills, handling maintenance, record keeping, and rules enforcement. The best way to take pressure off your volunteer Board is to hire a professional to manage the day-to-day affairs[…]

Remote HOA Management… Yes We DO!

Your HOA is now offering Remote HOA management services for homeowners associations located anywhere in the state of Indiana. This is a great option for those with management needs that aren’t one-size-fits-all, since most communities have vast differences and range in size, budget, and management requests. Through our Remote HOA management services, communities can choose[…]

Big Changes!

We are excited to announce some changes within our company that will be happening shortly! November 1st, Your HOA Community Management will be moving to a New Corporate Office location located at 1105 W Main Street, Suite B, Greenfield, IN 46140. What does this mean for you? Part of the decision to move the Corporate[…]

General Hierarchy of Authority for Governing Documents of Homeowner’s Associations

The general hierarchy of authority for governing documents is a loose one because not all documents address all issues involved in operating a community association. For operating a community association, the general hierarchy of authority among governing documents consists of: Recorded map, plat, or plan Declaration, CC&Rs Articles of incorporation Bylaws Board resolutions The bylaws[…]

Does Your Community Need a Property Management Company?

Many communities are unsure if they need a management company to oversee their association. Here are a few tips to help determine when associations should hire an HOA management company: Some smaller communities can easily manage themselves. Most of the residents in the community will volunteer to keep the neighborhood looking pleasant and plan social[…]

What Does Our Management Company Do?

Homeowners receive non-compliance notices from the management company. Homeowners send assessment checks to the management company. Homeowners report common area maintenance problems to the management company. So the management company makes all the important decisions regarding our community, right? WRONG! The management function of a Homeowners Association or Condominium Association is administrative in nature. The[…]