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Second Half 2017 Condo Association Horror Stories

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Can you believe it?  2017 is heading to the finish line.  Holiday decorations are up, and New Year’s plans are being made.  As we look toward the end of 2017, it is important to carry out a retrospective of 2017 Condo Association horror stories for the latter half of the year.  You should always keep bad news in perspective, but it is important for Owners to make sure they know what signs of...

The Importance of Using Technology In Condo Associations

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Technology has been transforming our society and an incredibly rapid pace.  A smartphone has comparable computing power than all of the NASA computers that sent a man to the moon.  And smart phones are now used by over 200 million people.  Despite this rapid adoption in nearly every aspect of our life, for some reason community Associations struggle with technology.  Oddly, you just don’t...

Tips for Urgent Condo Association Repairs

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Things breaking is part of life in any home, and a Condo is no different.  Even with the best preventative maintenance schedule, you may have unexpected part failures or have a system fail due to external factors, like weather.  These can result in inconveniences you can live with until repairs are made – for example, losing one of six elevators.  In other cases, you may have things that need to...

November 2017 Condo Association News Roundup

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Happy Belated Thanksgiving!  2017 is fast coming to a close.  In the November 2017 Condo Association news, you’ve got some interesting stories about Condo Association life.  One examples is what happens when a Condo resists a Special Assessment – and it’s not all good news.  Eviction of a habitual rulemaker and of course an Airbnb story round out the rest.  Enjoy the November...

Four More Condo Association Website Ideas

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In the current age, having good digital outreach is a must.  One key way to improve Owner engagement is to have a strong website.  Maintaining a website is easy, but ensuring that you have compelling and useful content is the challenge.  Here are four Condo Association website ideas to help you take your content to the next level. Address Book If you live in a large Condo Association, you might...

Three Tips to Have Happy Condo Association Owners

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Every Association wants happy Condo Association Owners.  Happy people smile and say nice things and generally don’t complain too much.  Unhappy people, on the other hand, complain about small things and may even try to shoot you.  An Association has a great deal of power over its Owners’ and renters’ quality of life.  Here are three ways to ensure you have happy Condo Association Owners...

Tips for a Great Condo Association Newsletter

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Having good communications is one of the keys to a successful community Association.  There are a variety of ways you can engage with your Owners – whether it is short-form social media or longer-form newsletter.  Here are some tips for a great Condo Association newsletter. Get Your Newsletter Professionally Designed Visual appeal can be the difference between an Owner picking up your...

Three Bad Reasons to Join a Condo Board

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The job of Condo Association Board member is not an easy one.  You’re faced with a wide variety of different challenges, and the job is completely unpaid.  Most people join Boards for the right reasons – namely to make their community a better place.  Unfortunately, there is ample evidence in the news that some people join with malicious intent.  Here are three bad reasons to join a Condo...

Tips for Dealing With Condo Association Enemies

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Making enemies in a Condo Association is inevitable.  Unfortunately, while they might be your enemy, they’re also your neighbor.  Though you might be tempted to escalate the hostile activities, as a Condo Association Board member, that’s not really a great idea.  The key to dealing with Condo Association enemies is to ensure that you are taking the high road and de-escalating the situation. Never...

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