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What to Consider When Stay-at-Home Orders Are Lifted

Stay-at-Home Order Is Lifted! Now What? As states attempt to re-open after the COVID-19 shutdown, HOAs and communities need to be ready for the changes it brings. Property managers need to consider what they learned in the months their state was shut down and how to re-open community facilities in the safest way possible. The […]

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Advantages to Using Cloud-Based HOA Software vs. Desktop Software

Which Software Should You Invest In? In a world of constantly changing technology, one of the most common questions property managers and business owners may face is should I invest in a cloud-based software or stick with traditional desktop software? When deciding on property management software there is a difference. Cloud Computing Has Been One […]

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The Best Practices for HOAs in 2021

There Is No Question That 2020 Has Been One of the Toughest Years on Record for Everyone So Far It tested the resolve of the global community along with the community association management industry. The COVID-19 pandemic has a major challenge for property managers this year, and while we would all like to forget it, […]

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How to Run Your Entire Homeowners Association Literally From Your Phone

Property Management Is a 24-Hour Job Managing a community of residents is no easy task and a variety of challenges can arise outside of a normal 9-5 time frame. This makes it important for property managers to have the ability to assist residents anytime, anywhere and from any device. Fortunately, there are a wide range […]

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6 Easy Tips to Maintain Routine Business During Social Distancing

The Need to Manage Remote Workers Effectively Is Not New Before COVID-19, 30 percent of people were working remotely full time, and 18 percent of people report working remotely one to three days a week. The rise of working remotely has been occurring over the last decade. With our constant connection through our phones and […]

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How to Conduct Virtual HOA Board Meetings When Your Office Is Closed

Technology has made it easier than ever to keep homeowners and board members well informed during times when on-site meetings are not an option. With numerous web conferencing solutions available, virtual meetings may be your solution when your team is working remote. Advantages to Virtual HOA Board Meetings Using web conferencing solutions for regularly scheduled […]

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How To Manage Remote Staff While Keeping Them Productive And Engaged With Your HOA [Free eBook]

While There Are Challenges Involved With Remote Work, There Are Many Benefits If an Organization Is Well-Prepared With Best Practices They Can Implement Enterprise-Wide As businesses shift to move their employees to a fully remote workforce, we want to share some best practices that we’ve learned over the years for strong business continuity, that will […]

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How To Prepare Your HOA for A Hurricane with Cloud-Based Software for Disaster Continuation

Late summer and early fall are the most active months of the year when it comes to hurricanes. Does your HOA (Homeowners Association) have a hurricane plan in place? Are the financial information, contracts, and other important data stored using cloud-based software for disaster continuation? Hurricane season lasts for six months, from June 1 until […]

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3 Things Every CAM Manager Should Know About HOA Resales [Free Estoppel Letter Template]

3 Things Every CAM Manager Should Know About HOA Resales [Free Estoppel Letter Template]

Note: This article has been updated since it’s original publication. An important aspect of any professional CAM manager’s job is dealing with home resales that occur in the community. Unlike the realtors, brokers and other real estate professionals who are looking out for the interests of the seller or the buyer in a sale, the […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Condo & HOA Websites in Florida

NOTE: This post has been updated as of March 27, 2018 to reflect additional changes signed into law by Governor Scott. One good thing is the deadline has been extended from July 1, 2018 to January 1, 2019. The rest is mostly just clarification. Quoted text with a strikethrough was removed from original content, and […]

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