ArchiveOctober 2017

Condo Association Employee Performance Management

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Performance management is a leadership job for all organizations, and Condo Associations are no different.  Your Condo Association might just have one property manager.  Or you might have a dozen when you count maintenance staff and front desk staff.  The key to effective Condo Association employee performance management is to ensure that you build an effective management framework up front...

Condo Association Board Scenarios New Members Encounter

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There are many good reasons for you to join your Association’s Condo Board.  Some are purely selfish, others are for your community.  One of the greatest challenges when you join a Condo Board is learning how to be an effective Board member.  While there are certain steps you want to take no matter what, another important issue for you to consider is the situation you are diving into.  Here are...

The Condo Association Board Socialite Profile

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The word “community” is prominent in community Associations.  This implies more than just a Condo Association where bills are paid on time and reserve studies are built.  While those are necessities, they are not enough.  A Condo Association should thrive as well.  That is where the Condo Association Board Socialite comes in.  Their goal is to enhance the community they live in. The Condo...

Communicating Condo Association Bad News

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Shockingly, it isn’t always rainbows, puppy dogs and chocolate in a Condo Association.  Sometimes there are things that go wrong.  It might be your air conditioner dying during the hottest week of the year, a crime incident where an Owner was involved, or maybe even worse.  In these situations, there is always a human desire to hide the news or hope it doesn’t get out.  This is the wrong attitude...

Tips for Sharing Condo Association Amenities

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Amenities are a significant benefit of Condo life.  Owners love a well-equipped weight room, a scenic pool, or a great sports court.  Not every property has access to every amenity, and installation may be cost-prohibitive or impossible due to a lack of space.  In areas with neighboring Condo Associations, you might consider Sharing Condo Association amenities.  Your neighbor gets access to your...

What to do When Condo Association Assessments Increase

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There are only two things certain in life – death and taxes.  Unfortunately, Condo fees – also known as assessments – are a form of taxes.  They pay for the maintenance and operation of your Association.  The key with assessments is to try to keep them as low as possible while still properly funding the necessities.  When Condo Association assessments increase, Owners want to...

September 2017 Condo Association News Roundup

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Happy Fall!  Hopefully the equinox is bringing good tidings to your Condo Association.  September has seen hurricanes pummeling Florida and Texas, with impacts to Condo Associations.  Our thoughts and prayers go out for a speedy recovery to those communities. Included in the September 2017 Condo Association roundup are articles on the hurricanes, an update on the sinking Millennium Tower, and the...

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