This conference is designed to equip new and seasoned board members with the tools needed for a successful year serving on the board. Gain your HOA/COA Board Certification, learn from industry experts and visit with exhibitors who have been specifically selected to attend.
Breakout Session Topics:
* Schedule Subject To Change
Clean Up Your Financials
Having a smart collections process is key to keeping your accounts receivable in check. Learn best practices on how to set up a collections plan that will create fewer headaches and support your Association’s bottom line. Learn about dealing with non-payments up to and including foreclosures.
Your building and common areas constantly need special considerations in maintaining structural integrity. From areas you can see and those you cannot, learn ways to protect your community’s investments.
Financial Planning For Your Association’s Present & Future
Board Members have a responsibility to manage their communities. You have been voted to oversee all aspects of your Association including planning for the future. Hear thoughtful considerations for positioning finances to be able to make upgrades or prepare for unforeseen financial heartaches.
Moving Your Community Into The 21st Century
There are many options when considering enhancements and renovations that are needed in your Association. Hear from local experts on options for state-of-the-art security & beautification options.
Hire The Right People For The Job
Your Association is a business and hiring the right people to manage your community is key for continuity, compliance and proper neighborhood care. Learn best processes and procedures in hiring employees and vendors, how to keep them and ways to develop a succession plan. (Bid process, warranty overview and how to write a RFP)
Does your HOA & COA Association understand the election’s process? Who is eligible? What requirements need to be noticed, how many board members can serve, etc? Also, learn about alternative voting options (electronic voting).
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Two Board Members per Association, please.