There’s been a lot of talk in the media and elsewhere these last few years about the mental health crisis that is affecting the nation. The pandemic, with its isolation and uncertainty, has taken a toll, along with rising rates of violent crime, racial and political unrest, and the loss of faith in institutions. Community associations are not immune to these challenges.
Homeowners across the region are busy decorating their homes with lights, displays, inflatables and all sorts of other holiday decorations. Some of these displays are very classy and elegant and some…..maybe not so much! So can a community association implement some rules that govern holiday decorations and displays? We’ll find out in this episode of Community Matters podcast.
Most people probably don’t associate remote and virtual staffing with community associations. But after the Covid-19 pandemic, is this becoming more of a thing for community associations?
In this episode, the Whine on Wednesday women welcome special guests Sean McCabe, EBP and Brendan Whelan, CIRMS, EBP from the chapter Board of Directors as well as Anne Yannarella, EBP to …
Welcome to this episode of Community Matters podcast, where we discuss issues important to managing and governing condos, cooperatives and homeowner associations. When it comes to finances for community associations, there’s a …
In this podcast episode we cover an important maintenance topic for community associations – exterior building maintenance and cleaning.
In this episode of Whine on Wednesday, Rosy, Jill, Patti, and Maria Elena sit down with moderator Mike Shaw to talk about talking. That’s right, they’re communicating about communicating. The WoW women …
Today’s guest is Beth Z – Your Nerdy Best Friend. Beth is an author and professional speaker who filters through thousands of tech tools to help you save money, time and your sanity. Beth Z shares her best tech tips via books, presentations coaching and social media.
It’s pool season! Community associations with pools are struggling with the same situation that public pools and local beaches are facing – a shortage of lifeguards. So, is it still safe to open the pool?
Today’s conversation is all about best practices for community association managers that are new to the profession. Our panel discussion addresses things like how to handle the variety of roles of a manager, how industry volunteerism can benefit career growth, and important tips to help new managers learn. Today’s guests are Cathy Dunn, CMCA, AMS, PCAM, community manager of A Pocono Country Place Community Association, Lynn Hartmann, CMCA, AMS, PCAM, Branch Vice President for Associa Mid-Atlantic, and Rosy Brophy, AMS, a portfolio manager with Access Property Management.