Guides for HOA Boards & Developers

At AAM, we make it a top priority to keep you educated and well informed. Enjoy complimentary access to the following guides, covering topics that are near and dear to your hearts and ours.

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The 5 Most Significant Challenges Facing American Neighborhoods In the next few decades, the U.S. will see major demographic changes – and challenges. As the population changes, neighborhoods will experience new and challenging situations. In addition, as the pace of life speeds up and technology evolves, people are connecting with each other less, resulting in communities that may seem frayed or fragmented. We wanted to explore those trends to identify challenges so that we could begin to think about creative ways to address the situations American communities face. To do that, we completed a comprehensive research study to investigate trends in American neighborhoods, particularly in the communities we serve. Request your complimentary copy today.

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5 Ways to Transform Your Community As an HOA resident and board member, you understand the value of community. It may even have played a part in your decision to live in an association community. But American communities – including HOA communities – are facing many challenges, from rising crime to foreclosure to feelings of disconnect among residents. Sometimes, it seems that maintaining a strong community is harder than ever. Think that dream is out of reach? It isn't! You can start to make a difference where you live today. This guide covers five things you can do to start transforming your community today. Request your complimentary copy today.

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Expect More: Top 10 Questions HOA Boards Must Ask When Choosing a Professional Community Management Organization Do you expect enough from your community management organization? Probably not. Most American homeowners just expect their management companies to process financials and enforce CC&Rs. Homeowners and homeowner associations should raise their standards. You should expect your professional community management organization to be an active participant in making your neighborhood a great place to call home. To help you find that kind of management company, we've put together a list of the top ten questions HOA boards should ask when evaluating professional community management organizations. Request your complimentary copy today.

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Expect More: Top 5 Factors for Developers to Consider When Choosing a Professional Community Management Organization Selecting a community management organization can be a challenging process, and there's a lot of pressure to make the right choice. You want to make sure the community you have taken such care to develop will be in good hands, guided by an organization that shares your vision about what a neighborhood should be – and what their role is in achieving that vision. And of course at the same time, you also want to know that you have a management organization that you can rely on to be responsible for more formal and practical issues, such as financial and legal matters. To help you find that kind of management company, we've put together a list of the top five questions developers should ask when evaluating professional community management organizations. Request your complimentary copy today.

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How to Use Google Plus for HOA Boards Communication and productivity are important priorities for any HOA Board. It's important to use any available tools that might be helpful in allowing you to operate more efficiently. Google+ is one that you might want to put on the top of your list, because it can prove extremely useful in so many different ways. Request your complimentary copy today.

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HomeOwner FAQs: Five Most Common Question Asked by Homeowners HOA managers and staff spend a lot of time answering questions from homeowners and providing helpful information. While the specific questions and concerns may vary, there do seem to be some very common questions that homeowners frequently ask. Request your complimentary copy today.

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