In this episode of Community Matters podcast, we'll be discussing the use of social media and its potentially significant impacts on community associations with guest Edward Hoffman, Jr., a Partner and Co-Founder of Barrow|Hoffman law firm.
How do associations re-open gyms and fitness centers and operate them safely while Coronavirus continues to be a threat?
Most community associations probably don’t think very often about your building’s pipes. But it might be too late by the time a leak shows up – your pipes are likely already failing.
We often hear people talk about the need for communication skills, especially in a crisis. And crisis communication skills are needed perhaps now more than ever in the midst of a global pandemic.
Memorial Day is fast approaching, and, with it, pool season. But, this year’s pool season is different from all the others, thanks to Coronavirus.
Nearly every homeowner has asked at one point or another: why do I need flood insurance?
In this episode of Community Matters podcast, we’re talking with Alyssa Cowling, Technology Director and Marketing Assistant for The Rahn Companies on how to stay productive and safe while working from home.
The subject of today’s episode is communicating after a disaster, and is being recorded during the Coronavirus global pandemic, during which tens of millions of Americans are under stay at home orders.
Today’s episode is all about technology – more specifically, the technology necessary to efficiently manage a condominium or homeowners association, and a community association management company.
This episode of Community Matters is this first in a new series of episodes re-purposing content from CAI's bi-monthly magazine, Community Assets. The topic for this episode is dealing with hoarding in community associations. This article was origina