Tag: Video

Law & Legislation
Legal Protocols in Smaller Buildings

Even if you're on the board of a tiny, tight-knit building or association, that doesn't mean that you can handle your community's business with a handshake over coffee at the local diner. For the protection and long-term security of your co…

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Finance
For Boards on a Budget...

While not every co-op, condo, or HOA is struggling financially, every board should concern itself with the financial health of the community it governs. Here, financial pros give boards some tips on how to fortify their bottom line. 

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Maintenance
Why Do a Capital Assessment?

Making sure your building or association has adequate funds to carry out major capital projects - roof repairs, boiler/HVAC replacements, new windows, etc. - is a crucial part of your board's fiduciary duty, and conducting a capital assessm…

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Landscaping
Hiring a Landscaping Company

Spring is around the corner, and with warmer weather and sunnier days come lots of decisions about how to care for your building or HOA's landscaping elements. Here, landscaping and lawn care pros share some ideas about what boards can do b…

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Landscaping
You Can't Plant That Here

Spring is coming, and for communities both large and small, urban and suburban, it's time to start thinking about beautifying their exteriors. Avoid some common - and often pricey - landscaping-related mistakes with this sage advice from pr…

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Maintenance
All About Reserve Studies

A comprehensive reserve study is a board's most valuable tool when it comes to planning for major maintenance and replacement projects in their buildings and communities. In this clip, engineering and consulting pros discuss the importance …

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