June 7, 2017

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Resident Safety & Security: Not the Association’s Responsibility

Avoid unnecessary liability by following these best practices June, 2017 It seems that resident safety and security is an on-going topic of discussion for all Associations, irrespective of where they are located, the community demographics, or community type – single family home or condominium communities. It does not seem to matter whether the community is […]

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April 9, 2017

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Neighbor-to-Neighbor Disputes: Doing Nothing May No Longer be an Option New HUD Rule Changes How HOA’s Address Neighbor Disputes

Historically, Associations have avoided interjecting in neighbor-to-neighbor disputes. Heavy walking, surround sound systems, loud voices and slamming doors were just a few of the commonly voiced resident complaints, and up until now, the response from most Association Boards was that the residents must settle these matters amongst themselves. Effective October, 2016, The Department of Housing […]

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March 6, 2017

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THE REAL PURPOSE OF BOARD MEETINGS

Understanding the Intended Purpose of Board Meetings March, 2017 We’ve all either experienced or heard nightmares about Board Meetings that are overtaken by unruly, and sometimes downright belligerent, Homeowner Forums. Aggressive residents hurling accusations and insults at Board Members, Association vendors, and often other residents, that proves to not only be inappropriate, but unproductive. Such […]

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February 15, 2017

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BOARD MEMBER BEST PRACTICES

As a volunteer Board Member, you have made a selfless decision to volunteer your valuable time for the betterment of your community. You’re an inspiration to many, including our management team at PMP, and one of the main reasons we love what we do! Because we understand your time is valuable and you take your […]

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January 10, 2017

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Homeowners’ Guide to HOA Living

  HOMEOWNERS’ GUIDE TO HOA LIVING I. Introduction Homeowners Associations (“HOAs”), also known as Common Interest Developments (“CIDs”), are a form of home ownership whereby the owners of housing units within the boundaries of the Association are also legal members of the Association and own an undivided interest in all common areas and common area […]

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