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Stop the Waste Associated with Reacting to Last Minute Emergencies

28. January 2010

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In my previous article I outlined how a board can get more done by rallying unit owner volunteers to help on projects by forming committees. However, if a board is constantly reacting to last minute emergencies, they will not have time to work on larger projects.

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Turbo Charge Change at your Community with Committees

25. January 2010

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What does a board do if it has too many tasks to handle and not enough time? It creates more volunteer hours by enlisting the help of unit owner volunteers.

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Analyze how your board uses time to better focus volunteer hours

21. January 2010

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After working with numerous associations, our firm has seen a pattern of behaviors and processes that can be improved so you can operate your property more efficiently.

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How to Get Community Business Done Faster and Easier

18. January 2010

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How to Get Community Business Done Faster and Easier

This article is the first of a seven part series on how your community can accomplish more this year. After working with numerous associations, our firm has seen a pattern of behaviors and processes that can be improved in order to increase the efficiency of running a community.

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Self Management: Investigatin the Hybrid Management Option

14. January 2010

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Self Management: Investigatin the Hybrid Management Option

Self managing your community can be a good way to save money. However, sometimes the size or complexity of a property or the projects at hand may become too much for a volunteer board to handle on its own. If your community is having difficulty dealing with issues you may want to consider a “Hybrid Management,” solution.

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