Tag Archives: maintained

GA: Gates, Empty Pools in Spring, and other Red Flags while House Hunting

News items of national interest regarding Condominium and Homeowner associations, compiled by the Community Associations Network

Yesterday I had the pleasure of showing off a new home in an Oconee County neighborhood in Watkinsville. I say it was new it was new and bank owned. What struck me as I went through the entrance into the community was a gate that stood motionless and an amenities area that was not maintained
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The Value of Good Association Management.

The purchase of a home represents the largest investment most people will make during their lifetime. Protecting and enhancing the property values of these investments is one of the primary purposes of a community association – and a key driver of Community Association Management’s service and programs.

Property values in a neighborhood can be greatly affected by the marketability of the individual homes and the community as a whole.   A well maintained community can develop a reputation for providing vital and efficient services for its residents who in turn enjoy and show pride in their neighborhood.  As a result, these communities often achieve greater appreciation in property values than others.  In most cases, these positive reputations can be attributed to good management.

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