LAKE FOREST, Calif., Jan. 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Crummack Huseby Property Management, Inc., recently joined an elite group of community association management companies that have earned the Accredited Association Management Company (AAMC®) credential from Community Associations Institute (CAI). Crummack Huseby Property Management, Inc., is one of fewer than 325 management companies worldwide who have earned the highest level of professional recognition in the community association management field.
Make the end-of-year event more eventful for everyone
Over the past years, we’ve discovered some easy ways to bring your community together for that last HOA meeting of the year. Add a little holiday spirit without the humbug of chaotic planning and really make it a happy holiday for you and your community.
The beauty of Orange County is that we still have gorgeous weather, even in the Fall! Over 250+ residents attended to see the new pool, grab a hot dog and enjoy the water and sun. Kids of all ages enjoyed snow cones for a tasty treat that was appreciated during an 80-degree day. Beach music was blasted while kids swam and everyone hung out and socialized on the poolside non-slip deck. This day came, not without its own challenges, and Crummack Huseby helped to make it all happen.
Our first ever Baker Ranch 5K was incredible! On September 15, runners of all levels ran through four parks: Vista Swim Club, Borrego Trail, Oaks Tennis Park, and Promenade Park. We had over 100 participants who, along with our sponsors, helped us bring awareness to Higher Ground Youth & Family Services, a not-for-profit charitable organization based out of Yorba Linda.
Technically, you’re already involved. When you purchased your home within a planned community, you are a member of that community. You have the ability to vote on new rules, regulations, etc. Your community may assign a property management company, but the HOA board always controls the rules in your community. If you want to get more involved, joining the HOA Board may be the natural place for you.
This month we’re focusing on all things related to becoming or being an HOA Board member. We always encourage homeowners to get involved in their community, whether it’s through social events or lending a hand. For those who want to make a yearly commitment by joining their HOA Board, don’t be afraid to jump in, it can be a fun and educational experience.
Every year, no matter which SoCal city you live in, you’ve watched the news about your city or surrounding city is on high alert during fire season. That’s the bad side of living with 284 sunny days a year. But did you know how most fires are caused in Orange County?
Now that you’ve created your timeline and its tasks, Crummack Huseby’s financial experts want to share insights on creating and implementing the smartest budgets for your community. It’s important to consider expense questions your Board should ask, what your management company’s accountant should know, and thoughts on the timing of assessment increases.
The rising senior population is called a “silver tsunami” as the population growth of seniors is on the rise. This demographic is more active than ever and communities are not only adding amenities to lure them in, but also creating stand alone neighborhoods for the 55+ active senior who desires a more posh lifestyle in their golden years. Take a look at what this growing demographic is looking for in their new home.
July 17, 2018 Jennifer Norton, CCAM, CMCA Community Spotlight
Crummack Huseby is honored to have recently been chosen to partner with North Bluff Park Community Association, and we’re so proud of all they’ve already done so we’re putting them in the spotlight this month! Among the 217 lovely homes you’ll find peaceful walkways and beautiful grass knolls.
July 10, 2018 Jennifer Norton, CCAM, CMCA
You helped us get to our goal of $3,000! Crummack Huseby is so grateful for your participation in helping Together We Rise, a non-profit organization that supports kids in foster care. On Friday, June 27th, our supporters arrived at Crummack Huseby headquarters to decorate the Sweet Cases. With your donations, our team of supporters decorated and stuffed 95+ Sweet Cases that will be given to foster kids who don’t have their own suitcase to carry their belongings. We hand-decorated duffel bags and filled them with a blanket, a toothbrush, crayons and a coloring book and the softest and sweetest teddy bear for them to snuggle. So much love and care went into every Sweet Case!
Completing your Homeowners Association’s budget is a project just like any other. With over 20 years in this business, Crummack Huseby has perfected our way of planning a strategic and beneficial budget for the homeowners based on their needs. But where do you start to plan?
June 12, 2018 Laurisa Ehlers, Assistant Vice President, CCAM Education
From setting realistic goals to encouraging enthusiasm, Laurisa Ehlers takes us on her ten favorite management tips for employers and employees alike.
Perhaps the greatest achievement for any community association is the creation of community.
A dynamic community is an intentional and inclusive endeavor which always requires the involvement of several stakeholders. When Crummack Huseby has the opportunity to guide the creation of community, we see firsthand how this elevates, sustains and improves a community association.
April 24, 2018
One of the perks of your HOA is a pool, which means everyone wants you to host a pool party during those hot summer days. If you’re planning on having people over, here are some guidelines to consider for everyone’s safetyin and around the water.
April 11, 2018 Crummack Huseby News
CH-arity: Together We Rise! "No more trash bags for kids in foster care." That statement inspired us to volunteer and donate to Together We Rise, creating "sweet cases" of duffel bags to help foster kids have more positive experiences all over the United States. Donate and volunteer with us!
Ideas to kickstart an engaged and elevated neighborhood.
At Crummack Huseby we recognize each community is unique. This belief is one of the cornerstone’s of our own community and success. We take the time to understand your operations, administration, infrastructure, board of directors and homeowners to truly engage your community’s unique interests and aspirational needs.
Whether you want to give your home a new coat of paint or ready to plant a beautiful tree, it is best if you follow the rules to a good grade.
Measure twice cut once. Well, passing the architectural review is a little bit like that too. If you are more thoughtful before you submit your proposal, you can help your chances of passing the architectural review process the first time.