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A reserve study is a detailed itemized list of every expenditure you can count on over a long term. An example would be how much you’ll need to spend on landscaping for the next 20 years. Reserve studies are required by law in Minnesota to ensure your property’s funding stability. They keep your HOA or tenants secure while they’re living on your property.
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If you own property in Minneapolis, you know that it can be a sizable commitment that takes you in different directions. While it may make sense to take a do-it-yourself approach to save a little money, it rarely produces the kind of results you’re looking for. A professional property management company can ensure that your assets are taken care of and that you have financial stability when it comes to expenditures. Here are some important tasks a property manager can do for you:
Professional landscapers and property owners know that the time for planning for spring landscaping is now. Planning includes several elements such as creating a concept or design or your property, scheduling and hiring the right company to do the work, putting together a budget, and possibly even getting ideas and feedback from your HOA. While it’s tempting to do all of this yourself, you should hire a professional property management company to do the work for you so that you can focus on other aspects of your business. Below are some tips on how to get started preparing for your spring landscaping now.
2017-2018 Regulations for HOAs and property owners are pending as we speak. These regulations will affect how we manage your property as well as the relationship you have with your tenants and those in your HOA. Below is a summary of regulations that we may expect over the next 12 months. Gassen will monitor these regulations and keep you informed of any updates that you directly affect you. If you have any questions or need to make changes in your reserve study, budget, or policies in the upcoming year, please contact us. We can help.