Our Projects are Award Winning!

Our Projects are Award Winning! I am very fortunate to be able to work with two very talented professionals to bring two projects to life. Thanks and congratulations to John Rod from John Rod and Co. and Keva Stewart from Keva Stewart Designs.   John Rod and Co. Wins 5 FAME Awards We are excited […]

What To Do When a Tenant Breaks Their Lease

What To Do When a Tenant Breaks Their Lease. Having a tenant break a lease can be a stressful and expensive experience. It is imperative to write your lease agreement carefully, you may be able to head off some problems before they ever arise by setting expectations and outlining the penalties if they break their […]

Those Rules are for Other People

Pictured: This gentleman was told by his Homeowner’s Association that he could not fly an American flag in his front yard.   Those Rules are for Other People I’m sure most of you have seen this picture on social media, at least that’s where I saw it.  I thought that it would make a great […]

TOP 10 BOARD RESOLUTIONS FOR THE NEW YEAR!

TOP 10 BOARD RESOLUTIONS FOR THE NEW YEAR! The New Year is upon us, and now is the perfect time to make certain resolutions regarding how your Board functions. To that end, here’s a list of the top 10 resolutions your Board can make to help your HOA / Condominium run even more effectively. Review […]

Importance of a HOA Website

What are advantages of a homeowners’ association (HOA) website? A Homeowners Association Website is often a community’s greatest tool for both business communication and social communication within a community. It can  make the difference between a community that clearly interacts with residents and enjoys a healthy sense of community or a community that is slow […]

NJ Supreme Court Declares HOA Has Sidewalk Liability

On August 12th, the New Jersey Supreme Court (NJSC) ruled that homeowners’ associations can be held liable for injuries (sidewalk liability) caused by poorly maintained sidewalks that are owned by the association. “Who owns or controls the sidewalk, not who uses it, is the key distinguishing point between a public and private sidewalk,” wrote Judge […]

Parking: Am I allowed to Park there?

Parking:  Am I allowed to Park there? Parking a vehicle within the community can be one of the most contentious issues that a homeowner may experience.  Parking enforcement by the Homeowners Association (HOA) can be an especially frustrating problem for boards, homeowners, and tenants, because it concerns one of the most valued possessions that a […]

HOA / Condo Budget 101

  HOA / Condo Budget 101 A Homeowners Association (HOA) or Condominium operating budget is a projection of the money needed by the association to cover its operating expenses and provide adequate reserves for repair and replacement of the elements of the property the HOA maintains. Most HOA/Condo documents require that they adopt an operating […]

Having Pride in your Home and Community

Having Pride in your Home and Community Moving into a brand new community always brings smiles to everyone’s faces. You invite your family and your friends over to see your new home or your newly built community, but living in a community with neighbors close by can have it challenges. Every owner has a different […]

Storm Preparations, Are You Ready?

Storm Preparations, Are You Ready? It only takes one storm to change your sense of security in your home. A violent storm can destroy your home, your car the stores that you shop in. Being prepared is vitally important. Super Storm Sandy changed the way we react to storms in this area. Hurricanes are a […]