By Tarra Eshgh, CMCA®, AMS®, PCAM® , President ST & R Portfolio Management
I’m certain that there are many communities (another word “associations”) out there that are getting ready to do improvements around their properties during this perfect season such as resurfacing asphalts, exterior building painting, entrance water feature renovation, etc. Of course, summer projects come with the question of “Are we adequately funded for these projects”. Preparing a bucket list of summer projects will help the association properly evaluate the timeline of project items/components that “need to be completed” and when funds are ready and become available for the project.
Funding options are varied depending on the community association’s financial status. The most common options are:
By Ella Cox
As the U.S. reopens, many community associations are continuing to navigate conversations with residents about COVID-19 vaccines. Since there is so much information surrounding them, navigating the myths and truths has been an ongoing challenge for board members and community managers.
When the vaccine rollout started in December, some community associations took initiative by partnering with health care providers to organize clinics where vaccines were administered on-site to residents as they became available. Others set up neighborhood-wide carpooling events for residents without transportation to help them get to a vaccination site.
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article courtesy of HOA Resources