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As secure and well-managed as most HOAs are, they are not completely immune from financial hardship. For example, unseasonably poor weather, such as severe storms and excessive rainfall, can mean that the neighborhood amenities require repair, and that might mean drawing deep into the HOA’s finances. While it’s always for the best to have a pool of funds available for such unplanned emergencies, when hard times hit one on top of the other, it can be the case that these funds might not be enough to cover everything. When your HOA can’t make ends meet, what is a responsible board to do?
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You’re an HOA board member. Driven by your passion for a harmonious and successful neighborhood, you devote countless hours to unpaid, volunteer HOA management. Whether you're a treasurer or secretary or even something in between, this is no easy task. You do everything from accounting to property management to vetting contractors to effectively communicating news to your neighborhood residents—all without earning a single penny for it!
Unification is just another thing that HOA’s do well. From their well-balanced street aesthetics to their devoted communities, these types of neighborhoods are well-known for the high standard of living invoked by their pursuit of order and harmony.
Wondering if an HOA is right for your neighborhood? An HO management company that provides online property management weighs in.