How Your Community Can Benefit from an HOA

HOAs can be amazingly beneficial for people who live in condos, high-rises, or townhomes. Find out why from our HOA property management professionals.

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Hire an HOA Management Company to Resolve your HOA’s Dispute

In HOAs that manage townhomes, high-rises, or condos, conflict is inevitable and destabilizing. A property management company can help.

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Preventive Safety Projects for Your Townhome in the Springtime

Self-managed communities full of townhomes or condos have a lot of clean-up after winter. Here are some simple projects to add to that list.

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How RowCal is Changing the Property Management World

Though traditional property management services may seem convenient, they face many pitfalls. Find out how you can avoid them within your self-managed community of townhomes or condos.

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What is the Difference Between an HOA Audit, Review, and Compilation?

The main difference between an HOA audit, a review, and a compilation is in the level of accountability an HOA has to the auditor. Read our latest article on audits, reviews, and compilations.

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How to Resolve HOA Conflicts Like a Pro

If you engage in a conflict with your HOA, then handle yourself professionally and legally at all times. To find out more about HOA property management in Minneapolis, contact RowCal today.

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Setting Up Your HOA General Ledger

A general ledger allows you to record all of your HOA financial transactions and keep a record of your balances in all your accounts. Rowcal property managers can help you update your HOA general ledger.

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Common Bank Reconciliation Errors That Throw Your Accounting Off

Bank reconciliation errors can throw your accounting off and complicate your accounting process. RowCal online accounting software can help you keep your HOA’s accounting straight.

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What to Include in a Quarterly Financial Report

A quarterly financial report is a summary of the performance of your HOA over a three-month period. The report allows you to monitor and update your organization’s portfolio at shorter intervals while maintaining greater accountability with your board, members, property manager, all stakeholders, and federal and state regulatory agencies.

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Understanding the Three Components of Governing Documents

A homeowners association’s governing documents include documents that regulate the operation of the association and the common interest it was formed to manage. There are three types of governing documents:

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