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Get Ready For Spring Maintenance

Many home maintenance projects wait for spring weather to get started.  If spring ever arrives in the Great Northwest, be ready with your preventative maintenance projects.  Keep home systems and structures in good condition now and save money on emergency repairs later on.  Here are eight suggestions for spring maintenance projects: Tip #1: Clean and [...]

2017-06-29T13:12:02+00:00 Comments Off on Get Ready For Spring Maintenance

Your Association Enforcement Policy – What It Means

Homeowner associations are governed by Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions (CCRS) that are put into place when a development is platted and parcels are recorded.  One of the reasons behind this governing document is to establish some guidelines for managing common property, which can include streets, street lights, fences, playgrounds, mailboxes, signage, and landscape trees.  The [...]

2017-11-05T08:37:09+00:00 Comments Off on Your Association Enforcement Policy – What It Means

Frequently Asked HOA Questions

Frequently Asked HOA Questions Below is a sampling of the questions we field on a daily basis from Homeowners. If you have a question, please email it to hoa@vantagecommunities.net or call (360) 455-4464. Staff may be on the phone with other owners or board members, but we check our messages several times a day and [...]

2017-11-05T08:37:09+00:00 Comments Off on Frequently Asked HOA Questions

Why Does An Association Need Reserve Funds?

You may have noticed that reserves are an element of the Association budget.  Each year at budget time, the board determines the cost of ongoing maintenance and a prudent amount to add to “Reserves” or the Association’s savings fund.  Just like personal savings or retirement, saving early ensures that the monies do some of the [...]

2017-11-05T08:37:09+00:00 Comments Off on Why Does An Association Need Reserve Funds?