It’s our instinct, when faced with a problem, to quickly wonder HOW it could happen? Even if you had all the best preventive measures in place or perhaps you even safeguarded a situation so that nothing would go wrong…things can still go wrong.
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.
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.
August 3, 2017 Jennifer Norton, CCAM, CMCA Manager Musings
Jennifer Norton brings us a breakdown of assessments and budgets in our latest MANAGER MUSINGS post for Crummack Huseby. Let us know what questions you’d like to see in MANAGER MUSINGS and we’ll answer them in future posts.
May 25, 2017 Jennifer Norton, CCAM, CMCA Manager Musings
A Community Manager must wear many hats, and oftentimes change those hats on a daily basis. At Crummack Huseby, we expect them to know about so many things to best serve our clients in managing their properties.
August 2, 2012 Jennifer Norton, CCAM, CMCA Manager Musings
We all know that something might break or need immediate attention in your community. How do you know it’s HOA or Homeowner related? We break it down for you by showing all the steps that are taken to start and finish a work order.