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  • How to Spend A Fun & Socially Distant Summer With Your Association

    The kids are off, school is officially out, summer has begun! While this particular summer is one with specific restrictions, your association can still be a fun hub for children and families. Even with social distancing measures in full-effect, it’s still important to create a sense of community within your neighborhood. With help from your association management team, participating community members, and effective communication on your neighborhood social media group, the summer of 2020

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    Your Community Pool During Coronavirus

    The Coronavirus pandemic has essentially put a damper on the usual summer activities like concerts, travel, and large-scale summer camps. However, one of the biggest stables of summertime is still a-go, albeit with some restrictions. According to the CDC, swimming pools are a general safe space for those who want to cool off with the reduced risk of contracting COVID-19. Here’s some more information about pool safety this specific summer and how Excel Association Management can help keep your

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    Biggest Benefits of Association Management Going into the Summer

    Summer is right around the corner and your association management team should be busy finalizing all of the seasonal needs that will keep your neighborhood summer-ready. A lot goes into making the perfect summer, and your community management team can help ease the burden on your HOA Board. If your association is currently preparing for summer on its own, here are some of the biggest benefits of having a management team on your side. Enjoy Your Summer While We Handle the Finances One of the

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    Guideline for Creating Committees to Help Your Board

    Your association board is a busy team of individuals. Not only is it responsible for making decisions for the Association but it must also put essential programs and improvements in place. The typical HOA Board consists of three to seven members who oversee the development of a community. However, most of the time an association needs a little help in the form of committees. HOA committees are responsible for helping Board Members with various programs and tasks. Committees come in two forms;

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    Tips For Successful Social Distancing Within Your Association

    As Texas continues to push towards a flatter coronavirus infection curve, more people than before are becoming self-conscious about social distancing measures. At Excel Association Management, we like to take every necessary step to ensure that our communities are safe and sanitary, especially at this time. We know that sometimes social distancing can really feel like the challenge that it is. So, here are some simple tips your Board can follow through on in order to make flattening the curve a

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    Approaching Board Meetings Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

    The COVID-19 virus has officially been declared a pandemic and life as most communities know it has come to a standstill. With self-quarantines, social distancing, and several business closures in effect, many Boards may be wondering how they can continue to improve their communities during this crisis. While your community practices social distancing, here are some of the ways you and your Board can approach Board Meetings in the coming months. Take a New Stance on Meeting Urgency Since so

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    Simple Ways Your HOA Can Conserve Energy

    Your association is all about making the community a better place for its current and future residents. Aside from general tidiness and ensuring that finances are in order for your association, the HOA should also be conscious of the environmental footprint of its neighborhood. Since spring is right around the corner, now is the best time to discuss how your association management team and Board can join forces to make your association a “greener” place. Here are some quick ways your HOA

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  • Why You Shouldn’t Risk HOA Self-Management

    Why You Shouldn’t Risk HOA Self-Management

    Some associations try to save money in their budget by opting out of working with a management company. While it’s commendable that these groups believe in their abilities to independently manage their own community, there are several issues that they are inadvertently at risk for without professional association management. Here are some of the issues we’ve seen, and how our management team has been able to assist communities like yours. Essential Insurance can Fly Under the Radar

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    Are You Qualified to Lead on Your Board?

    Most community members want to make a positive change within their Association. One of the most effective ways to take steps towards community improvement is by taking up the mantle as an HOA Board Member. Typically, the only firm requirement to serve on your Association’s Board is to be a member of the Association, there are several skills that are key to properly serve your community. Excellent Communication Skills As an HOA board member, communication skills are an absolute must! Your

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    How Solar-Powered Household Items Make Green Living Easier

    It IS easy to be green, no matter what Kermit the Frog says.  You already know turning down the thermostat helps. How about replacing incandescent light bulbs with LEDs and opening the window shades to let the sun lighten things up. Whether you live in your own home or manage property in a Texas community, solar power cuts down on electricity and helps reduce that carbon footprint. Solar Panels Solar panels are quite popular now and are being installed in new home construction. With tax

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