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Ten Key Items that Should Be on Every Community's Annual Calendar

Posted by Staff Writer on Dec 8, 2016 11:48:45 AM

MKTG-16-1268_Annual Calendar Blog Post Graphic-01.jpgAs a board member or the management company for an association, do you have all your ducks in a row for the new year? With the holidays fast approaching, it's easy to get distracted. However, it's important to take the time this month to look beyond December 31, and determine if your programs are ready. One of the best ways to prepare your association for the new year is to create an Association Calendar and include, at a minimum, the items listed below.

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Topics: Community Living

Partner Post: Do’s and Don’ts for Properly Pruned Trees

Posted by The Davey Tree Company on Dec 1, 2016 10:00:00 AM

As the fall leaves drop and the winter wind starts howling, tree limbs will be left barren, making this the perfect time to prune. Pruning makes for happy, healthy trees for years to come.

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Topics: House and Home

Partner Post: How to Effectively Represent Condo Association Owners as a Board Member

Posted by on Nov 29, 2016 10:00:00 AM

This post was republished with permission from

Condo Association Board members are elected to represent Condo Association Owners and to carry out their fiduciary duty with regards to the Condo Association.

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Topics: Community Living

What You Need to Know about In-suite Warranties

Posted by Laszlo Antal on Nov 21, 2016 10:00:00 AM

Settling into your brand new home should be one of the most joyful events in your life. However, sometimes you can get caught off guard with the unknowns, like how to deal with warranty concerns and who to consult for help.

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Topics: Community Living

Partner Post: 8 Tips to Host the Best Thanksgiving Ever—Outside

Posted by domino-Content Partner on Nov 17, 2016 10:02:00 AM

This article was republished with permission from

With October behind us, it’s time to look forward to the holidays. This year, do something a bit unexpected—take your feast outside. It’s totally doable for those who live in warmer climates. And even on the East Coast, it’s sometimes unseasonably warm in November.

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Topics: House & Home





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