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HOA & Community Management Software & Services

You’re a leader in your association because you care about your community. The professionals at Community Association Management  Enjoy the community pride that well maintained yards, streets, and entrance ways can generate without being the neighborhood nag.

Community Association Management has an entire suite of services from web-enabled software for the do-it-yourselfers to fully staffed and...

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HOA & Community Management Software & Services

Community Association Management works with dedicated community leaders to do the very best for their neighborhoods. We strive to continually build, manage, and enhance your community’s growth towards a bright future. With Community Association Management, create a community you’re proud to show off.

Community Association Management knows that each community is unique and special to homeowners....

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Rallying the Troops

Rallying the Troops

Volunteerism is the foundation on which community associations base their operation and support. Volunteering is a calling for many. It is a commitment of time and effort with a purpose. The quest for volunteers and keeping them motivated are endless tasks, but the rewards are well worth the effort.

Organizations that have been successful in the call for volunteers have been effective in their recruiting methods by making a personal appeal to each and everyone they contact to join. Continuous announcements to solicit support are sent through newsletters, websites, emails and notices. The communication clearly identifies the need of the organization in a positive and enthusiastic manner. After a while, participating becomes contagious.

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MD: Ocean Pines mulls cost of appealing tax case

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

After consulting with two attorneys, the Ocean Pines Association board of directors is expected to decide soon whether to appeal a U.S. Tax Court ruling. Without a successful appeal, the association would owe the Internal Revenue Service a substantial amount of money in back taxes and interest.
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