HOAhomepage is a national network of HOA Special Interests. At the core of every community are the residents, otherwise whats the point. So from our standpoint, the most important “Special Interest” the homeowner. The purpose of this network for homeowners is to foster a sense of community, and has resulted in widespread homeowner apathy toward the community. Unfortunately, today’s HOA homeowner views the HOA more like they do their local City Hall. HOAs were created and designed to operate like a municipality- collect the dues and maintain the common area, it’s a business entity with no mandate to encourage a community connection.
With a national average of 30% of all HOA homes being owned by investors, 30% are therefore tenants. If you are trying to create a community, it’s much easier to include everyone. The tenants pay the same dues as homeowners, everyone has an interest in the community. Besides 60% of HOA tenants who eventually purchase their first home, look for one in an HOA, so they are likely to join the ranks of the homeowners. Sadly in most HOAs, tenants looked at as outsiders, because they’re not on the deed and therefore part of the business relationship that homeowners have with the HOA. HOAhomepage is not focused on HOA governance, leave that to your HOA Board of Directors. However, the Board can use HOAhomepage, to take polls, surveys or respond to the residents ideas for the community. Tenants have access to the community forums.
HOAhomepage provides a network for the residents and a homepage for the HOA residents, which provides the public with a view of the community, based on the resident input. The network page can be updated by any network member, to add or correct the information or photos previously posted. It works like wikipedia, for residents only.
HOAhomepage is a subscription based business, however, residents join their network for free. We justify this because the other special interests whose businesses interact with other businesses within this industry, they pay a subscription to join a network separately. HOAhomepage has special interest categories for the entire subdivision process in HOAs from land acquisition to the current homeowner.
Each homeowner registers with the HOA where they own a home, whether a resident owner or a non-resident homeowner. Tenants also register with the HOA they live in . All other information posted to the network is only viewable by registered network members. Prospective home buyers are allowed to view resident’s comments and ratings, so long as they the moderator approves, but only temporarily. Homeowners connect with their community and their neighbors to exchange information and comments. They can also Post free want ads, free real estate listings, list of rentals in the community and the manager’s contact info as well as other companies serving the community, Favorite Vendor List (the companies your neighbors use), communicate with homeowners in neighboring communities or nationwide.
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Before you can access any features you must first register while you are on your HOA Profile Page.
Ideas and Polls- Do you want to know what your neighbors think of your idea? Post your idea and see.
The board or manager can post a poll question regarding community issues, before making major changes. Homeowners don't often have a voice in the direction of the community, Polls and Ideas provide a sense of how the community feels.
Directory of favorite vendors-When you need a service, do you wonder who your neighbor's use?
If you have a favorite Handyman, house keeper, Insurance agent, security company- any service that you use- You can invite them to add their name to this directory, for Free!