In this article, we’ll look at free HOA software that is well-designed, functional and easy for board members and property managers to use.
HOA newsletters can be shared physically or digitally, making them suitable for all homeowners. Find out how you can attract loyal followers.
A resident database gives you a clearer picture of who your residents are, but it can also be useful during emergencies.
Giving property management software a try might sound risky, but the rewards are absolutely worth any short-term uncertainty.
Introducing an online voting system can drastically minimize opportunities for voter fraud as well as voting mistakes.
Automating HOA fee payments requires the association to invest in a payment processing platform. Read this article to learn more.
As with almost anything related to operating a condominium or HOA, there’s no “one size fits all” answer for record keeping.
Property managers, sometimes referred to as community association managers (CAMs), are responsible for supporting day-to-day operations.
What comes to mind when you see the words “vendor management?” If we’ve just hit a nerve, this article is for you.
In order to establish a stronger AP system for your association, accounts payable automation is often the solution.
Condo Control has launched a dedicated community forum exclusively for board members and property managers.
This article will look at two important changes that could have an impact on New Jersey condominium associations.
Depending on state laws and governing documents, HOAs may have some control over who sellers can select to purchase their homes.
Templates can increase the frequency of communication, and create more consistency for condo and HOA communities.
During our latest round of updates and additions, we’ve made significant improvements to our proxy voting feature.