A well designed and easy to use website can help the residents of your association by making them feel like they are part of the community.
Far too often residents complain that they have no idea what is happening within their community and they do not know when meetings or planned construction or renovation work is coming up. They may not even know what day garbage is collected until they see their neighbors putting it out by the street. They may have questions regarding HOA dues and where and when to pay them. Maybe they want to know where their money is being spent. All of these issues are easily resolved with a community website. Residents will know where to go to find the information they need and will feel like they are part of something rather than just that guy at the end of the street. Its a great way to connect with neighbors and resolve issues among community members.
Board members will have a place to make announcements and bring up community issues. From a residents perspective they will be able to have their voice heard regarding a grievance from the comfort of their home. Its also a great way to let residents know their complaints are being heard and someone is doing something about them.
A community website isn’t all about complaints though. It also offers a valuable way for communities to save money. Printing newsletters, sending out packets, Rules, Bylaws, Declarations, Budgets, Financial reports, and so much more can now be stored in a convenient easy to access way secured by individual usernames and passwords. A community website provides information and details to residents and board members with a few simple clicks 24 hours a day 7 days a week. No longer does someone have to sit in an office from 9-5 Monday through Friday waiting for residents to drop in and residents no longer have to take time out of their busy day to talk to someone. Having a well built, functional website offers a convenience factor that is priceless. Having informed happy residents is worth even more, so if you are ready to help your community “CLICK HERE” to contact us today.