By now, you’ve probably been experimenting with virtual homeowners’ association board meetings. Have they gone smoothly? Are you unsure about how best to structure them to ensure you are staying legal while keeping the peace? We interviewed attorney Benjamin Rooney at Keay & Costello, P.C. to share his advice.
I think we can all agree that 2020 is a year we’ll look back on as, well… awful. And since insurance is all about the avoidance of, or recovery from, awful, we interviewed condo association insurance coverage expert Michael DeGeorge of Rosenthal Brothers to give us the latest on HOA and COA insurance pitfalls…
Restoration projects are an inevitable possibility for community association boards, but they are never fun. We’ve combined our experience with that of Niki Ramirez at Rainbow International Restoration of South & West Suburbs in Hickory Hills, Illinois to bring you what you need to know in advance and during a restoration need to ensure it goes smoothly.
We asked bio hazard restoration expert Niki Ramirez for advice on evaluating contractors to effectively deal with COVID-19 cleanup in condo and townhome communities. She provided the following article on cleaning protocols effective against the virus.
The weather is warming up. You may be feeling the itch to entertain your family outside as the Illinois stay at home order persists on. Authorities continue to recommend keeping a physical distance of six feet from others. So, going outdoors is a good way to safely visit with family and friends who you’ve been missing. Here are a few outdoor activities and attractions you can safely participate in, in the western suburbs of Chicago.
Ensure your investment in condo security cameras is protected, optimized, and the best fit for your needs. We interviewed top Illinois HOA security vendors to help us navigate the variety of options for condo security cameras. In addition, we explain how HOA boards can best evaluate security vendors.
Spring has sprung, and we’ll have to be creative with how we get out and enjoy ourselves while maintaining social distancing. While the Illinois stay at home order is currently active through the end of April, it will likely be extended. Here are some outdoor activities and car trips to reduce cabin fever and engage in something different.
With the outbreak of Coronavirus, Governor Pritzker ordered Illinois residents to shelter indoors, giving up daily activities like going to work and eating out. However, that doesn’t mean you can’t go outside to take a walk or go for a drive. In fact, getting out safely reduces cabin fever and gets you to places you normally do not visit. Here we focus on attractions in Chicago’s south suburbs that your family can enjoy while practicing social-distancing.
Hillcrest Property Management’s top priority has always been to deliver excellent service to our clients. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, we are taking every precaution possible to protect the health and safety of our team and their families. Therefore, in step with much of the rest of the country, we will be working remotely and the office will be closed beginning Wednesday, March 18th until further notice.