Letterboxes full of junk mail. Important notifications going missing. How do I tell my neighbour that his dog is digging holes in our gardens? Endless general meetings, but very little progress.
Does your residential community use software to tackle these problems?
There is no shortage of options available in the market. Free or premium; for professional administrators, but also for communities that wish to self-manage their affairs.
It can be a lonely, unrewarded and difficult journey for the president of a residential community.
Plenty of after-hours work, disgruntled property owners, loads of paperwork, and recurring trips to the bank.
It is remarkable that with so many different types of residential communities in different parts of the world, all arrangements seem to rely on one owner to handle the community’s affairs: the community association president.
It is election times again, not just in UK or Spain, but also very soon in the USA and with all the presidential campaigns; I cannot help but think of communities of properties.
In fact communities of properties are pretty much the same. They have annual general meetings and elections. They have a budget, general expenses, fixed income and unexpected costs. There are also different groups of people in all communities and each
I recently sent an email asking all our members to give us their stories. Among these stories was a very interesting story of how a community went practically bankrupt in less than one year.