A New Kind of Annual Meeting

It’s hard to believe we are more than halfway through 2020. The first half of the year was undoubtedly unique due to the emergence of COVID-19. For community associations, the second half of the fiscal year brings an additional challenge, preparation for the upcoming annual meeting season during a pandemic. This year’s annual meeting could look somewhat different from your past meetings. On July 2, 2020, Governor Roy Cooper enacted

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Tips to Conserve Energy

It’s important to look at how much energy different things in your home are using and find ways to optimize that use. If you are looking to save some money or just want to be more environmentally friendly, try some of the tips listed below.

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Who’s Responsible for What?

Homeowners often wonder who’s responsible for something in their neighborhood, and the answer isn’t always crystal clear. In general, an association is responsible for repairing or replacing common or shared elements. Owners, on the other hand, are responsible for maintaining their own homes.

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Keep Your Kids Busy This Summer

Summer is here and school is out, and we all know what that means: finding ways to keep the kids busy! Keeping your children entertained and your own sanity intact actually can be fun and easy. We’ve compiled a list of activities that may help.

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Frozen Pipe Precautions

“Old Man Winter” has arrived and he doesn’t appear to be taking a vacation anytime soon. When temperatures are consistently below freezing, the risk of frozen pipes increases significantly.

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