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From the monthly archives: October 2020

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Cats and HOAs: Three Rules to Consider

Are cats allowed in your HOA neighborhood? While countless people find joy in these delightful creatures, felines can be quite destructive. Nobody under HOA management wants to find out that their beloved flowerbed is being used as a litter box for their neighbor’s poorly cared-for cat, or their favorite tree used as a scratching post.

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Three Ways to Promote Open Communication in Your HOA

At Gassen, as a provider of property management services, honesty is paramount to what we do. Our company vision is to create trusting, long-lasting relationships with our clients, and we simply cannot accomplish this without being to-the-point and truthful.

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Making the Most out of Virtual HOA Board Meetings

In this day and age, it’s not always practical or safe for many people to be in close proximity to one another. While your HOA management understands this, you also understand the importance of regular board meetings. It’s how the community gets stuff done, after all! To reconcile these two truths, you’ve chosen to do virtual board meetings. It’ll be just like the in-person thing, right?

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Green Practices for the Eco-Conscious HOA

Lending the planet a hand is just the right thing to do. After all, the Earth and all its resources make it possible for your HOA management to run the beautiful neighborhood that it does! However, implementing eco-conscious HOA policies sometimes can feel easier said than done. It’s one thing to watch your own consumption and waste disposal habits, for one, but it’s another to watch those of an entire community. Eco-conscious efforts also can get buried under everything else your board has to do, from budgeting to scheduling meetings to collecting homeowner dues.

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