Stop us if you've heard this one before: "You need to run your HOA like a business!"

Condo and homeowners associations are corporations (nonprofit, usually), so you should adopt practices successful corporations follow. Smart advice, right? But what does that mean when it comes to your day-to-day operations?

Get your copy of Mastering the Business of Your Association™ and find out!

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Learn how to run your association like a business, including what changes you need to make and how to implement them so you can increase property values, recruit more board members, and make your community a great place to live.



    Discover why this new concept of running your HOA like a business is better than your current way of doing things.



    Understand the purpose of your community by spelling out its mission, vision, and values. Then use them as a guide.



    Develop a business cycle to ensure your HOA runs smoothly—even if there's a change in management.



    Uncover best practices for relating smartly to your manager and trusted advisors so they start working with you.



    Drastically improve performance by clarifying board member responsibilities and holding them accountable.



    Adopt smart policies and procedures for managing your HOA's budget and bank accounts.

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  • Community Association Meeting Planner

    Plans are just plans if you don't take action. Our one-page tool will help your board identify goals and business cycles so everyone can track progress and responsibilities and actually get to work making your association successful.

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  • KPI Library

    Successful businesses know the importance of defining and tracking Key Performance Indicators to ensure they are performing according to plan. Your association should be defining KPIs as well. This comprehensive library can help you determine what's right for your association.

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Jane Bolin

Originally from the D.C. area, the focus of Jane Bolin's practice is association law and real property litigation. She received a B.A. in political science from Radford University, a Masters in sports management from the United States Sports Academy, and her juris doctorate from St. Thomas University School of Law.

In 2008, Bolin merged her solo legal practice to form PeytonBolin, PL, with Mauri Peyton. Today, their Fort Lauderdale-based company represents hundreds of community associations and individual unit owners, and has offices in Orlando and satellites in Tampa and West Palm Beach.

Jane is passionate about empowering board members, individual unit owners, business owners and entrepreneurs to be the agents of change by transforming their environments. She actively serves on boards and community endeavors and believes that the key to all empowerment comes through education.

This book is a game-changer!

Learn what it means to run your HOA like a business — and how to get it right.