Condo association board members are no stranger to condo noise complaints. From loud music, barking dogs, and fireworks in the summer, the opportunities for disruptions are many. Of course, you want everyone to be respectful and mindful of one another, but not all tenants are perfect. Your main role is to keep a happy and safe community, so we’ve listed some tactics to help you tackle the problem of condo noise complaints.
The Chicagoland area has been hit with an enormous amount of rain recently. From flash floods to tornadoes, Illinois has experienced it all so far this summer. Excessive rain can pose many potential threats to homeowners: flooded basements, water damage, and leaking roofs. Water seepage can ruin belongings, and lead to costly repairs, insurance claims, and an unpleasant experience. Rain leak solutions lie in these three structural areas. Maintain these areas and your community will be secure from water damage.
Being an adult in any suburban neighborhood can be tough – there are events for families, attractions for kids, but what about the unique activities for adults? Going to the same bar can get old, and heading downtown can be expensive and turn into an all-night trip. And sometimes you just want a child-free zone to get away from your kids or other people’s kids. If you think you’ve exhausted all your options, check out some of these fun things to do in Schaumburg for adults.
A common challenge we address with associations is how to deal with and prevent bad renters, and condo and HOA rental caps. While it is typically not a great idea to prohibit renting altogether, you can put a rental cap into effect. There are other ways to prevent bad renters too.
Families who live in the suburbs don’t always have the time or money to make the trek to downtown Chicago. If you want convenient and family-friendly activities to do near your home, we wrote this for you! Here are our four favorite things to do with kids in Schaumburg.
With the weather finally warming up in the Chicago area, families everywhere are heading out for some fun. Many people hit the city or the lake shore for a day-vacation with the kids. But what about activities in a quiet, more rural setting? We’re sharing our favorite four local farms for kids that your family can check out for activities beginning mid-summer through late-summer/fall.
As a homeowner, excess condensation can be a cause for real concern for your family and your home. Noticeable condensation on your windows can be traced back to a multitude of issues: old windows insufficient windows with no gas fill mold rotting walls wet spots For window condensation repair, here are some solutions homeowners can utilize no matter the time of year.
Law requires that HOA boards take meeting minutes during board meetings. But, it is also important for the board’s process and sanity to keep everything documented. For instance, meeting minutes are helpful when board members debate and come to a misunderstanding about a particular topic. Members can refer back to the minutes to recall what was actually said. This way the facts are always out on the table. The “art” of taking minutes is something all board members should be knowledgeable about. So, here are a few tips to mastering HOA board meeting minutes.
Leading any type of meeting can be stressful, but holding a meeting about a topic as close to a person as their home can prove very difficult. Such topics can stir up many different opinions and emotions, and possibly some unruly behavior. Trying to hold a productive HOA meeting can be straining if attendees cause disruptions, go off on tangents, or become very vocal about a particular homeowner issue. This article will help you to run a homeowners’ association meeting and deal with those pesky people.
Hosting an HOA annual meeting is important for two reasons: to approve next year’s budget to elect board members whose chairs will be vacant. Although, getting the community involved can prove to be a difficult task, especially when you’re struggling to meet quorum. Here are three tips for hosting a successful HOA annual meeting. Get your attendance up and become a better association!