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Are Homeowners Associations Good Or Bad?
It Depends on Your Community

What to Know About HOAs

Living in an HOA means higher home values and consistent regulations. It means a sense of community. HOAs get a bad reputation sometimes, and we think that’s because of poor management and lazy communication.
We can do better.

Curb Appeal Counts

Your HOA works hard to keep your community looking good. This attracts new homeowners and creates a sense of pride throughout the neighborhood.

Putting a Leash on Pets

Everyone loves their furry family members but not the messes they can make. A consistent HOA pet policy will keep your community safe from pet waste and nuisances.


Noise Regulations

A good HOA will share the community requirements and expectations when it comes to noise, parties, and unwelcome disruptions that are often unfair to neighbors.

Property Values

One of the most appreciated benefits of your HOA is the likelihood of achieving higher property values. Invest in your community and it will invest in you.

Security and Safety

Security gates, parking restrictions, and nighttime patrols are just some of the security and safety features an HOA may provide. It’s good for you and your property.

Amenity Upkeep

Someone has to take care of the pool, the clubhouse, and any other amenities your community provides. A good HOA will ensure all of your communal areas are clean and functional.


Better Communication

Your HOA can improve by providing better communication between board members, with vendors and partners, and with all the homeowners. Look for online portals and accessible board meetings.

Better Communication


Rules are a drag, especially if you want to paint your house purple or let your weeds grow. But homeowners need to trust their HOA to enforce those rules fairly and consistently. For the good of the community.

Financial Stewardship

Homeowners deserve to know what their dues and assessments are paying for. An HOA has to be transparent, detailed, and accountable when it comes to finances and budgets.

Financial Stewardship

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Want to Learn More?

If we can be of help or you’d like to learn more about what it’s like to work with Community Property Management, get in touch. We’d be happy to assist you or explain the differences CPM can make for your community through our proven systems and services.

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