- November 30, 2020
- Posted by: Scott Setterlund
- Category: associations, Business plans, communities, Community, Development, Economics, Finance & accounting, Funding trends, HOA, homeowner association
Did you know there is a right and a wrong way to enforce your HOA’s rules? It is often said that you attract more bees with honey, and the same principle goes for instilling a positive community culture. The more belief and trust in your association, the greater engagement, the higher compliance rate, and a greater sense of association satisfaction. Not only will you have a greater number of homeowners following the rules, but also a greater sense of community intelligence which builds better neighborhoods.
December’s topic is on how to enforce basic HOA rules and is one of our most popular seminars. Mike Madson, Founder of MGM Association Management, a 21 year old association management company, will cover best practices that result in higher community awareness and how to avoid membership disenchantment.
Mr. Madson hosts a live ZOOM discussion the 2nd Tuesday of every month at 4:30 pm MST.If you are an HOA Board member or a resident who lives in a homeowner’s association, learn the proven techniques that will keep your HOA from spiraling out of control. At this free, ZOOM seminar, you will gain insight and knowledge on how to manage your membership, so that it doesn’t put you in uncomfortable situations with neighbors or make more of running an HOA more than it has to be.
Logging into ZOOM is easy:
On your browser, type ZOOM.COM and use this meeting code 89025604444, or enter this link (http://zoom.us/j/89025604444), find ‘Join the meeting’ which is located at the top as a tab, and then, add the meeting ID: 890 2560 4444
MGM Association Management is an Idaho-based company with offices in Meridian, Twin Falls and Idaho Falls. MGM manages over 145 HOAs and approximately 18,000 residences. They provide a simple HOA accounting tool designed for self-managed associations, so that they can continue to remain independent from an outside manager, and a full-service plan that manages all the heavy lifting under the direction of the Board. For more information, contact MGM at (208) 846-9189 or go to: www.gomgm.com.