HOA Websites Are Important
One of the key attributes of a healthy, thriving community is effective communication. But today that’s as easy as having a great web site right? Yes….and no. Great HOA Websites are the first step, a great first step, keeping that site current, functional and up to date is where most communities and management companies fall short.
At Community Association Management, we have integrated our award-winning association management platform with web site development capabilities. What does that mean? It means, information is uploaded to your website in real time as entered by board members or your management team. It means current information is always available to everyone saving time, energy and needless worry.
It also means there is no need for your neighbor’s cousin’s nephew who took that web design class to be involved. Whew.
Great website usability and design along with the best association management software.
Visit the link below to learn more about web site functionality and to see a demo web site.
HOA Websites Include the Following Functions:
Want to know more about these easy and effective web sites? We don’t blame you. Here are a few incredibly helpful functions that our innovative web sites perform:
- Homeowner access to account information including real-time current balance information and online payment options
- Ability to pay assessments via eCheck or Credit card online, and setup automatic recurring payments!
- Homeowner option for electronic or paper statements
- Submit and view real-time status of Architectural (ARC) Requests
- Ability to create and track work orders for HOA structures
- View Community news and calendar of events
- Access to community governing documents and other forms in the Document Library
- Resident, Board and committee directories
- Send Notifications via email distribution lists
- ARC Committee Access to review and approve ARC Requests online
- Board Member portal to access real-time information
- And did we mention that you can customize the site to reflect the unique feel of your community?