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From the monthly archives: January 2020

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What Makes a Great HOA Board?

We’ve all heard the phrase “there is no I in team.” This idea, to some degree, does apply to HOA management boards. While we here at Gassen believe that board members as individuals make a huge impact on their communities, it’s the function of the board as a team that really makes HOA neighborhoods shine.

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What is the Gassen Difference?

If you’ve poked around our website, you may have noticed our page “The Gassen Difference.” Indeed, the way we run things is slightly different from many HOA management companies. Our being different is a good thing; it enables us to provide one-of-a-kind, individualized service, while also setting us apart in the industry and giving us the tools we need to help your neighborhood shine.

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Start the Year Off Right With HOA Management Services

Welcome to 2020! Doesn’t it feel strange to be on the other side of a decade? While it may feel a little weird, now is the perfect time to set goals—New Year’s Resolutions, of sorts—for the upcoming year for your HOA, be them long or short-term. As HOA management, we must all constantly strive to be better and to bring the best service we can to the homeowners and communities that support us, and whom we support in turn.

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Preparing for Spring HOA Exterior Maintenance

In last month’s blog, we talked in a fair bit of depth regarding preparing your HOA neighborhood for spring landscaping. While we stand by the importance of this topic, it’s not the only thing your HOA will need to prepare for in the coming months. Exterior maintenance of community amenities and homes also should be a priority for your Minnesota HOA neighborhood. Winters are hard on buildings; if left unchecked, damage wrought by the snow and ice can lead to anything from moisture damage to mold infestation.

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