Reflecting on 2015, Planning for 2016

Written by: on Tuesday, January, 5th, 2016

As 2015 came to a close, you probably found yourself looking back and reflecting on the year.  I know I looked back on the achievements of HindmanSanchez, including the successful move to our new Lakewood office.  I’m sure numerous community association managers looked back at their successful navigation through the manager licensing process.  Take some [Read More...]

Are You Practicing Transparency In Your Community Association?

Written by: on Friday, December, 11th, 2015

Earlier this week I had the pleasure of presenting for the CAI-RMC HOA Roundtable in Fort Collins, and one of the topics we discussed was transparency.  Lack of transparency continues to be one of the most common complaints against board members and community association managers today. Claims like “the board won’t let me attend a [Read More...]

Amateur Radio Parity Act – Round II

Written by: on Monday, November, 30th, 2015

In a prior blog we notified you of the pending approval of the Amateur Radio Parity Act S. 1685 by the Senate Committee on Commerce, and urged a call to the committee members.  The bill has since passed the committee.  However, some senators have opposed the bill on the basis that it goes a step too far [Read More...]

Holiday Decorations: How to Illuminate Joy, Not our Disputes

Written by: on Monday, November, 30th, 2015

All over the nation, families are putting together shopping lists for their favorite Thanksgiving dishes, deciding just how big of a turkey they need to purchase, and determining whether or not there will be enough pecan and pumpkin pie to go around (answer: there’s never too much pie!). Santa is already making appearances at the [Read More...]

Planning in Community Associations

Written by: on Tuesday, November, 24th, 2015

We probably all set goals for our community associations, but are they only in response to a short-term agenda for that year? Will they lead to the overall success of the association in years to come?