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[…]
The following document is provided to help HOA’s and COA’s in the everlasting search for qualified board members. Sample HOA Board Recruitment Letter Let’s Talk. Contact Us Today.
Homeowner associations hire management companies for two basic reasons: to carry out board policies and to manage the homeowner association’s business affairs. Sometimes, however, the management company’s role is misunderstood which could bring the management company into conflict with the board or members. Management Company is Available 24/7. HOA managers generally manage many homeowner associations[…]
As an HOA board member, while it’s important to review and understand all governing documents of your association, you’ll need to know how to filter through all of the information and know which document to follow if someone finds something that’s not consistent. In case this does happen, you will need to decide which rules[…]
Know the Rules – Understand and comply with the restrictive covenants, bylaws, and other rules and regulations.Know that you must pay your assessments on time. Do not ignore communications from your homeowner association, especially notices that may regard outstanding assessments, rule violations, or fines. The board has the responsibility to govern fairly and consistently in[…]
A homeowner association is typically a non-profit corporation that is created by a developer when a community is in the planning stages and prior to sale of the first home. Membership in the homeowner association is mandatory. The association is governed by a board of directors which initially is the developer and his representatives. Control[…]
Serving on the board of directors for your community is one of the best ways to ensure that your voice is heard when it comes to decisions to be made for the community. In almost all cases, the board of directors is responsible for selecting the officers to operate the Association. Many newly appointed officers[…]