Articles: General

Over the River and Through the Woods

OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOODS Safety tips for winter car trips. When it comes to road trips, it’s important to be prepared for an emergency any time of year. But it’s especially critical when hitting the road for a long drive during winter months. Sleet, ice, snow, strong winds, and frigid temperatures increaseRead More
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Holiday Rules

HOLIDAY RULES How to be mindful of your neighbors—and your association CC&Rs—when entertaining. The holidays are just around the corner and, for many people, that means lots of festivities with friends and loved ones. With all the merriment that’s sure to ensue, it’s important that residents who are hosting celebrations are not only considerate ofRead More
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Flags in Our Community Associations

The following article is an excellent opportunity for you to explain your association’s policy on flying the U.S. flag and other banners and emblems. President Bush signed a law in July that gives Americans living in homeowner associations the right to fly an American flag. Effective July 24, the Freedom to Display the American FlagRead More
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What is a Community Association?

Some residents think homeowners and condominium associations (generally called community associations) exist just to tell them what to do—or not do. Actually, the association is more like a housing management or service-delivery organization that provides three types of services to all residents–owners and renters alike. Community services – these can include securing trash collection, publishingRead More
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Community Associations by the Numbers

Community associations are Big Business, consider the following:
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Go West, Young Man, Go West. And South!

While the populations of North Dakota, Iowa, West Virginia and Washington, D.C., will be stagnant or decline between now and 2030, a dozen states will experience population growth of 30 percent or more, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. They are Alaska, Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Nevada, North Carolina, Oregon, Texas, Utah, Virginia and Washington.Read More
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Who Lives in a Community Association?

The community association lifestyle attracts all kinds of residents; varying in age, income, career, and family status:
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What’s So Great about Community Associations?

Community associations offer one of the best opportunities for Americans to own their own homes. They are for the 21st century what land grants were in the 19th century, and what the New Deal and GI Bill were in the 20th. Why?
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The Purpose of Community Associations

What is this entity that collects your assessments, mows the lawn and occasionally throws a party? One way to think of our community association is as a service organization that provides three types of services to owners and residents.
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Welcome, First-Time Buyers

Few events in life are more exciting than buying your first home. We’re glad you’ve chosen us! You’re now a member of our community association. We’re proud of our association and trust it will contribute to the quality of your experience in our community. Here are a few tips and bits of information to helpRead More
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How healthy is your Association? How healthy is your Association Management? GOProperty Management offers a Consulting service called HealthCheck, designed to help you answer those questions. There is no charge and no obligation for this service.

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State Statutes

Download documents that govern the property management industry in North Carolina.

Ch. 47C - Condominium

Ch. 47F - Planned Community

Ch. 55A - Non Profit