Category: Management

Management
2019 April Managing Mental Health Issues

Running a community association requires boards and managers to work with people from all walks of life, including those who have unique experiences, wants, needs, and challenges. That may also apply to people with behavioral or mental heal…

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2019 April Hiring a New Super

When everyday problems arise in a multifamily building or community association, residents frequently turn to their friendly neighborhood jack-of-all-trades: the superintendent (Depending on where you live, you might call him or her your bu…

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Multifamily Laundry Technology

If you're not fortunate enough to have a washer/dryer in your apartment, the next best thing is a communal laundry room -- and those facilities have come a very long way since the days of bleak, fluorescent-lit basement spaces with a couple…

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Board Malfeasance

Most co-op, condo, and HOA boards are made up of honest people who truly want to act in the best interest of their community -- but sometimes bad actors do wind up on boards, and sometimes even whole boards can be corrupt. In this short cli…

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Management
Technology and Property Management

Technology - in the form of mobile apps, improved connectivity, and the Internet of Things - has forever changed how property managers serve their client communities. In this short clip, two management pros talk about how tech has impacted …

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Managing Smaller Buildings

While it may seem like a smaller building or community might be a cakewalk to manage compared to say, a 1,000 unit building or HOA with amenities, landscaping, and other aspects demanding attention, the fact is that dealing with tiny commun…

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Management
2019 January Welcome Aboard

Little in life is more nerve wracking than that first day on a new job: ‘Are you prepared to do this?’ ‘Are you even qualified to do this?’ ‘Is your shirt buttoned correctly?’ ‘It is, right?’ ‘Why does it look wrong?’ ‘Should you change you…

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2019 January Running Small Associations

Condominium associations come in all sizes and shapes. They can contain hundreds of units, or as few as two. While many of the issues faced by associations are universal regardless of size, small condominium associations do face some unique…

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2019 January Addressing Management Problems

Most of the time, when a problem arises in a multifamily building or community association, the go-to solution is to get management on the phone (or text, or email). The refrain usually goes something like: “Management will take care of it!…

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Residents and Mental Illness

Mental health and mental illness are two topics many are reluctant to address - but when a resident in a co-op, condo, or HOA community is struggling, sometimes that struggle can impact their neighbors, board, and management professionals. …

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