The Value of Landscaping

Maintaining common areas is one of the board’s most basic responsibilities. To fulfill that responsibility, the board should contact a professional landscaping company. Before signing the contract, the board sought bids from several potential companies, carefully consider the competence and... more

Safety Precautions

It is important to keep at least one, and preferably several, #FireExtinguishers in your #home. Fire extinguishers reduce the potential for damage which keeps our insurance premiums—and your assessments—down. Several types are available, and each has a specific use. How... more

Tips to Protect your Pets

Dogs and cats can be great companions, but they also can carry fleas, ticks, and parasites into your home and your community. Infestations can spread quickly through a community when flea-infested carpeting or pet bedding is disposed of improperly, when... more

Fundamentals of a Community Association

Even though we live in an association, you might be surprised by how many of your neighbors, owners and renters alike, don’t really understand the fundamental nature of common-interest communities. The Community Associations Institute (CAI), developed 10 basic principles that... more

Sounds Like a Good Idea

Noise is a concern for every resident and because you live in a community, it’s important to understand that some degree of noise is to be expected. At the same time, residents need to consider the consequences of their noisy... more

What is a Community Association?

Some residents think homeowners and condominium associations (generally called community associations) exist just to tell them what to do—or not do. Actually, the association is more like housing management or service-delivery organization that provides three types of services to all... more

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