Monthly Archives: March 2018

Are Bike-Sharing Programs a Nuisance?

If you live near Scottsdale or Phoenix, you have probably noticed a large number of colorful bikes that have recently been introduced to the area. These bikes are part of bike-sharing programs that have partnered with the cities of Phoenix, … Continue reading

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Why are HOAs a good thing?

Approximately 65 million Americans (or 1 in every 5) live in homeowner associations, including condominiums and planned communities in the United States.[1] The number of homeowner association communities in the United States has risen from approximately 10,000 communities in 1970 … Continue reading

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Selecting a Management Company

As any board member will tell you, managing the day-to-day operations of an association can be a daunting task. Many associations hire a professional management company to assist them with their responsibilities. But with so many management companies out there, … Continue reading

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