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Parts & Inventory Management
Reduce parts costs with an accurate inventory count
Stay on top of maintenance schedules for every asset
Standardize your maintenance with itemized tasks
Automatically generate work orders and assign to technicians.
Purchase Orders & Invoices
Generate purchase orders and automatically update your inventory.
See your entire space at a glance and optimize maintenance planning.
Save money on early replacement costs and flag expiring warranties.
Trigger maintenance tasks based on equipment use.
Effortlessly track every detail about your asset histories
Easily schedule and automate preventive maintenance
Schedule and respond to anything that needs repair or replacement
Effortlessly manage every maintenance request from start to finish
Manufacturing & Plants
Reduce equipment downtime and improve reliability
Track all maintenance histories on assets
Government & Public Works
Prevent costly breakdowns and keep your operations running
Schools and Higher Education
Create a safe learning environment with digital maintenance checklists.
Gym & Fitness
Regularly adjust exercise equipment and ensure exceptional workout experiences
Ensure your fleet runs smoothly and keep safety costs in check
Streamline your maintenance needs to optimize your customer experience
Keep track of daily maintenance tasks to provide an seamless guest experience
Fix small issues before they add up
Farming & Agriculture
Meet production goals by minimizing unplanned downtime
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Answered December 27 2019
A homeowners association (HOA) is a group that creates and enforces rules for homeowners who live within its jurisdiction. HOAs are frequently found within subdivisions, condominiums, and other planned communities. You should purchase a property that is subject to an HOA if you believe the advantages outweigh the disadvantages.
HOAs typically require membership from homeowners in the community and are run by a board of governors with input from its members. You can ask for a particular HOAs’ Declaration of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs), which will outline the conditions and rules that owners must currently abide by.
HOAs can offer a wealth of benefits to its members. For example, HOAs will collect a maintenance fee from all its members and use this money to handle all the emergency maintenance and preventive maintenance of common areas. This could include caring for community amenities such as a reservable clubhouse, swimming pool and spa, and playground or dog park.
Because HOAs make and enforce rules, you can rest assured that your neighbors will make sure to take care of their properties as you provide upkeep on your own. This can help all homeowners maintain the value of their homes, especially in higher-class neighborhoods.
And, finally, HOAs can be a ready moderator for any problems you may encounter with your neighbors. Instead of dealing with conflict yourself, you can simply turn the issue over to the HOA.
In some cases, HOA fees can be high, and you don’t have control over how the money is used. Community improvements or which property management requests are the highest priority are determined by the HOA.
If you want to make any modifications to your home, you’ll need to work through the bureaucracy of an HOA, and in some cases, the rules can be overbearing.
Before you make your final decision, you’ll want to understand the fee and amenity structure. In addition, be sure to read the covenant very carefully to see what you are getting and agreeing to, and spend some time talking with current homeowners about their experiences with the local HOA.
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