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Learning to Ask for Help as an HOA Board Member

Learn to ask for help from a provider of property management services and HO management.

How to Run a Unified HOA

Learn some HOA management tips from a provider of property management services and online property management.

Are HOA Neighborhoods Right for Everyone?

Wondering if an HOA is right for your neighborhood? An HO management company that provides online property management weighs in.

Gassen SPRING 2019 Newsletter

Gassen SPRING 2019 Newsletter

Gassen Newsletter

Gassen Newsletter

The Gassen Way - Fall 2018

The Gassen Way - Fall 2018

How to Make Your HOA More Attractive to Homebuyers

Whether you run an HOA, own a home, or looking to fill a condo, you know how challenging it can be to find active HOA members. The process of attracting home or condo owners to your organization be long and arduous. With the help of Gassen, you can draw the right type of members to your HOA and build an active community.

How Your HOA Can Effectively Utilize Social Media

If your HOA is utilizing social media to build community and share information, then it's essential that you get off to a good start. Social media platforms are a highly useful tool for keeping everyone in touch and getting the word out about updates, upcoming events, and even weather alerts. We provide some tips below on how you can effectively and safely use social media for your HOA.

How to Maintain a More Financially Stable HOA

Without financial stability, your HOA’s future will always be in question. You’ll rarely - if ever - meet your goals, and you board members will always be under heavy scrutiny. You may also risk facing legal problems, and your property values could plummet due to lack of funding for maintenance and upgrades.

Common Condominium Property Code Violations

Whether you own your own condo or are in charge of maintaining an entire building of them, regular building inspections are needed to ensure that every unit meets the current building safety codes.

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