A very laudable idea but I would not suggest that an Association “sponsor” such a group. The fact that a group of people with a common interest lives within a certain association does not suggest that the group’s activities should be “sponsored” by [Read more…] about We have a group that is asking our association to sponsor a group that would entail taking residents to doctors or shopping. Is this something you think we should get involved with?
LIVESTREAM! May 28th • 10:20-11:20 AM
1 CEU • For NJ and PA
An advanced, technical, engineering program for managers and boards to understand the construction defects related to stucco, EIFS and brick.
By Alyssa Gautieri
In this day and age of social media and email, it’s easy for people to hide behind a computer, cell phone or tablet and say all kinds of things to and about others. This can go on day and night due to the accessibility of these platforms. In the setting of condominiums and homeowner associations, board members and their actions are frequently the source of many emails and social media posts and comments. [Read more…] about When is it Considered Harassment? When a Board Member is Harassed by a Unit Owner
You know your board doesn’t always agree, sometimes they yell, scream and just can’t get along. But when it’s time to report to the residents, is the “mommy and daddy always gets along” approach the way to go, or should residents see who really thinks what?
All we can say is it involves a hot tub and it’s worse than you think!
How the association’s unwanted guests have become your headache and how you can put out the “No Vacancy” sign.
We interviewed managers, management company owners and board members to determine the relationship between designations and manager income.
President Trump’s style to communication is unique and has benefited him professionally. How well would “alternative facts” work for managers?