How Do You Grade Your HOA?

Community Associations Institute recently released their 2014 National Research by Public Opinion Strategies. The findings again affirm what surveys have been telling us for the last 10 years - most residents are very satisfied, dare we even say happy, with their community association experience. The misconception about common interest communities stems from a) Selective media coverage. Often

Vendor Relationships – Part 1 – Familiarity

Hammersmith is pleased to have another article published in the Community Associations Institute (CAI) Rocky Mountain Chapter magazine, Common Interests. Our latest article discusses the value of Vendor Relationships. In the first part of our three part blog series we will discuss Familiarity. In our personal lives, we often visit the same barber, shop at the same

New Vision Statement

The team at HMI has been working on new strategies to add extra value to the communities we serve. In addition, we are taking steps toward internal reorganization as we plan for growth. At a recent executive retreat, our Senior Management Team focused on mapping out the company’s objectives and structure. Included in this plan was the creation of a vision statement to support

Change and Planning for Growth

“To improve is to change; to be perfect is to change often.” - Winston Churchill Countries, leaders, businesses, and people need to change and grow in order to improve. Change is often frightening, and requires flexibility of those engaged in it. Associations change in response to legislation, homeowner needs and demographics, costs, and the need

Spring Maintenance – Increasing Your Home’s Value

Spring is here! With spring officially beginning on March 20th, it is the perfect time for homeowners to think about getting to those cleaning, maintenance, or improvement projects that sat idle all winter long. A house is one of the biggest purchases a person will ever make, and most want to keep their homes looking beautiful not

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