October 9, 2019    Crummack Huseby News

Everyone at Crummack Huseby is honored to be part of this special event again this year. We’re volunteering for the Orange County Basket Brigade, a volunteer-run organization that assembles and delivers Thanksgiving baskets. We know we’re delivering more than a delicious holiday meal. We’re delivering hope and memories to struggling families throughout Orange County.

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Community Spotlight - Levity at Tustin Legacy

October 9, 2019    Crummack Huseby News, Community Spotlight

Crummack Huseby is excited to announce that we have partnered with Lennar Homes for their brand new neighborhood in Tustin, called Levity at Tustin. Levity at Tustin, which had their grand opening on September 28th, is ideally situated in central Orange County, just minutes from Metrolink, the John Wayne Airport, several main interstates and highways, and major employment centers such as the Irvine Business Complex. 

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Share Information

September 29, 2019    Erin Rice, Controller    Crummack Huseby News, Homeowner Tips


With appropriate respect for confidentiality, Crummack Huseby shares information freely throughout our organization.  The more people know, the better we can collaborate, and the smarter we can be to solving issues for homeowners.  We like to remind ourselves to ask, "Who else needs to know this?"

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Why You Should Choose Crummack Huseby to Manage Your HOA

September 26, 2019    Education, Homeowner Tips, Lifestyle

If the board of directors at your community association is considering hiring a community manager, it can be tough to establish which company is right for you. This process may seem confusing, but when it comes to hiring the right management company for your association, you should pay attention to the basics.

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5 Signs that it is Time to Change HOA Management Companies

September 23, 2019    Education, Homeowner Tips, Lifestyle

Changing HOA management companies can be a stressful process but is often necessary. When an association management company engages in improper behavior or fails to see your association's vision, the board of directors should terminate the contract, and goshopping for a new community manager. 

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How to Improve Your Association's Financial Stability this Budget Season

September 19, 2019    MARGO CRUMMACK, CCAM, PCAM 

Are you adequately meeting your operating expenses, or are you cutting corners to AVOID raising assessments? This is an important question to ask because the board of directors has a fiduciary responsibility to ensure they have adopted an efficient budget that will meet their actual operating expenses. 

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August 29, 2019    By Rachael Elizabeth    Homeowner Tips, Lifestyle

Cleaning up and preserving your neighborhood goes beyond remembering to toss glass and plastic into a recycling bin. That's especially true in Southern California communities. When it comes to sustaining the planet, everyone must do their part.

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August 21, 2019    Education, Homeowner Tips

When researching a property management company, the technology they use is important to help increase the ease of awareness and communication for homeowners and HOA Board Members. Your chosen property management company should have software to make a homeowner’s life easier. Emails are still a great way to send off a quick question, and we still get calls, but our busy lives are a little less busy with smart technology. Before you sign with a property management company, have them walk you through their technology.

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Invest in Relationships

August 1, 2019    Sandra L. Huseby, Co-Founder, Co-Principal, COO    Education


Relationships and trust are such an amazing, incredible thing to build.  It can be challenging to build, but it is one of the most rewarding things that one can have in life.  Our business is built on trust and trust is built on relationships.  We must try to make smart decisions that enhance long-term relationships because strong relationships enable us to successfully work through difficult issues and challenging times.

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HOA Safety: What To Do When Coyotes for a Visit

July 30, 2019    Homeowner Tips, Lifestyle, Safety

The beauty of living in Southern California is that we are surrounded by so much local, natural beauty. This also means we’re often visited by local wildlife, including coyotes.  Please take into consideration these tips when spotting coyotes and always take the utmost safest precaution.

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