July 28, 2016 Education
Tips for HOAs on creating and sustaining a Maintenance Program. Each association has their own customized needs so it’s not one-size-fits-all. Everyone should create a maintenance manual to maximize the life of common areas and facilities in a cost-effective manner.
July 14, 2016 Margo Crummack Education
We’ve always trained our Community Managers to understand it takes a village to create an incredible community. Crummack Huseby hires the best talent and then encourages them to constantly educate themselves on the changes to California policies and codes, to new learnings for Builders, and for any reason that could benefit a community.
June 15, 2016 Margo Crummack CEO/Principal Education
I’m often asked who creates the rules, and also what determines a rule. Each stands alone with it’s own standards but let’s break it down.
The Board is granted the authority to write the rules. The Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&Rs) typically provide for this authority under the Association General Duties and Powers. But in order for their rules to be valid and enforceable, a rule must satisfy all of the following requirements as provided for in California Civil Code Section 4350.
May 10, 2016 Margo Crummack CEO/Principal Education
Without proper guidance and understanding, the transition from a developer-controlled board to homeowner governance can be tricky business. In order to understand the end result, we must truly start at the beginning
March 23, 2016 Margo Crummack CEO/Principal Education
I have department meetings, team meetings, meetings with clients, and I meet with anyone who is involved with our project. Builders should look at their future homeowners like team players instead of simply buyers.