Posts Tagged: keys to managing communities

Two Keys to Keeping Lines of Communication Open: Early…..and…..Often

The second of the five key attributes to a happily  managed community is to maintain regular communications. We all know how a lack of communication can wreak havoc on any relationship, and it’s no different for communities. Owners rely on their elected boards to  work on their behalf and to inform them of progress on the stated yearly goals. Boards rely… Read more »

Community Association as Corporation

A Sterling colleague and I recently attended one of the Community Associations Institute’s (CAI) member educational meetings. As noted on its website, the CAI has more than 33,500 members dedicated to building better communities, and works in partnership with 60 chapters to provide information, education and resources to community associations and the professionals supporting them. Our instructor did a… Read more »

The Importance of Setting Clear Objectives for a Well-Managed Community

The first of the five key attributes to a happily  managed community is to validate that the management company and the association have agreed upon objectives. Although it seems simple enough, clearly defined and articulated objectives can be overlooked when developing a relationship or on-boarding a new community. I’d like to illustrate why this simple exercise is so important,… Read more »

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