New Law Requires HOAs to Address Preservation of Documents Annually


Florida-based homeowner associations (HOAs) must always be mindful of the newest legislation being established in the Sunshine State. For example, 2018 saw several significant changes to Florida Statutes, including one law that homeowner associations need to address on an annual basis. In this brief article, a Tampa homeowners association management company will discuss a significant … Continue reading “New Law Requires HOAs to Address Preservation of Documents Annually”

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3 Common Mistakes Bad HOA Management Companies Make and How the Good Ones Avoid Them


Whether it’s rental management services, accounting and recordkeeping, administrative support, bookkeeping services, or comprehensive association management services, Tampa HOA management companies are responsible for managing a wide range of services. When your HOA works with the wrong company, any of the above listed valuable services can be compromised. That’s why communities prefer to work with … Continue reading “3 Common Mistakes Bad HOA Management Companies Make and How the Good Ones Avoid Them”

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How Condominium and Homeowner Associations Should Handle Pets Part 2


Some pets are considered members of the family, while others are guard dogs that protect a home from break-ins. But certain pets provide a very specific and important role to pet owners — service animals. There are various types of service animals, and they can make enforcing pet policies tricky. In part one of this … Continue reading “How Condominium and Homeowner Associations Should Handle Pets Part 2”

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How Condominium and Homeowner Associations Should Handle Pets Part 1


Pets can be a well-behaved source of love and support for a family. Alternatively, they could be a nuisance or even a danger to the community. For this reason, condominium associations and homeowner associations (HOAs) often put rules in place to limit the type and number of pets that a resident can have. But with … Continue reading “How Condominium and Homeowner Associations Should Handle Pets Part 1”

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3 Things Real Estate Investors Need to Know About Property Managers


Real estate investors are often focused on their bottom line when shopping for potentially lucrative properties, especially when it comes to apartment complexes, deed restricted communities, and the like; however, many investors fail to appreciate the value of the property managers that help make these neighborhoods attractive to prospective buyers and renters. As Tampa homeowners … Continue reading “3 Things Real Estate Investors Need to Know About Property Managers”

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3 Signs That You Need a New Management Company for Your Neighborhood


Condominium associations hire property management companies for convenience and peace of mind. A management company that declines over time and doesn’t meet expectations can sabotage the quality of life in your neighborhood. When a management company is disappointing you, it’s time for them to go. In this article, we’ll be looking at three warning signs … Continue reading “3 Signs That You Need a New Management Company for Your Neighborhood”

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How to Welcome a New Resident to the Community


Being a new condominium resident can be challenging as the tenant is inexperienced with their surroundings while everyone else is familiar with the rules and each other. The prospect of integrating into such a close-knit community can be intimidating, and they may feel the urge to close themselves off from their new neighbors. Here are … Continue reading “How to Welcome a New Resident to the Community”

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