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The Key Advantages Of HOA Property Management

Are you a Homeowner’s Association (HOA) in the Greater Los Angeles that’s expanding or experiencing rapid growth? For new and established HOA communities, property management services can boost day-to-day operations as well as overall value for these particular property investments.

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10 Simple Hacks For Conserving Energy At Your HOA

With spring just around the corner, it will be summer before we know it. For your HOA or condominium facilities, rising temperatures mean rising energy costs for the months of June, July, and August. We recommend starting to prepare now, so your property remains energy-efficient and cost-effective this upcoming...

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HOA Maintenance Responsibilities

Many people choose to invest in property in an HOA for a number of reasons including having access to amenities that they normally could not afford on their own, such as a swimming pool, tennis courts or golf courses. In addition, people like the fact that not all of...

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Benefits of Hiring a Property Management Company for HOAs

The HOA property management company fulfill all the aspirations of the Homeowner Associations. The individual owners elect or nominate the Homeowners Association (HOA) Board of Directors to serve the community through specific defined rules and regulations. Small associations can manage the affairs of their homeowner association on their own...

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Questions to ask when interviewing an HOA Management Company

Hiring the most professional, and skilled HOA Management Company is not less than a challenge. You must be busy with your fellow committee to check the best option that can fulfill your needs. Right? The process of hiring an HOA Management company consists of interviewing part. It includes interviewing...

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How to Manage an HOA Like a Professional – Los Angeles Property Management Advice

One thing that LBPM brings to homeowners associations (that very few property management companies actually do) is to ensure that all our property managers and portfolio supervisors are certified. This means they have gone through the rigorous training that is required to get that designation as a certified community...

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