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PRLog - March 19, 2015 - LAS VEGAS -- Anne Calarco has spent her career helping peers and clients learn useful lessons. Now the president and managing partner of Level Property Management learned a lesson herself: excellence pays off.

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Homeowners associations are designed to provide residents with shared neighborhood values and opportunities for decreased ownership responsibility, creating safer and more harmonious communities. To achieve the full benefits of this goal, HOA developments typically require all homeowners in a certain area to be a member of the organization and can also compel these members to pay HOA management fees to cover the cost of common expenses and occasionally the services of an HOA management company.

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There are a number of factors to consider before instituting an HOA or hiring a professional service to provide HOA management solutions. Discuss the matter with your neighbors. Decide whether your neighborhood can afford to hire an HOA management service, and debate whether having professional help your community board would be worth the expense. If you decide to go for it, don't wait: contact a HOA property management service.

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As anyone who lives in a neighborhood or community can likely attest, residential areas can often require a great deal of unexpected work to function properly. For example, it is important to ensure that common areas and the appearance of the street meet basic standards to keep individuals and families in the area happy and safe. However, it can be difficult to organize maintenance and other services to meet these requirements.

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As of 2012, an estimated 25.9 million homeowners were members of the 325,203 total homeowners associations (HOA) in the United States. The structure of these organizations is typically very simple: every property owner in a HOA development is a member of the neighborhood association and therefore required to pay membership fees on a monthly, quarterly or yearly basis. These homeowners are encouraged to attend HOA meetings and even run for positions on their local board. In exchange for these payments, homeowners have the chance to reap a number of benefits, including shared neighborhood values and decreased ownership responsibility.

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