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BoringMeeting2Have an Effective and Efficient Meeting Every Time

Our meetings last too long! Our meetings are rarely productive, we don't accomplish much! Our meetings are disorganized and disorderly! Our meetings are usually dominated by one or two 




HomeOfficeYour Stake in the Home Office Deduction 

College grads are finding it tough to land their first job. Unemployed workers can't find new work. Small business owners are looking for a way to reduce their overhead. The economy is forcing more and more workers to hang a shingle the only place that's left -- at home.

Deferred Maintenance . . Procrastinators Beware! 

Deferring the common area maintenance of an owners' association, though sometimes necessary, can have negative and lasting effects upon a community. Deferrals are occasionally a 



Finding an apartment to rent has become increasingly competitive as more and more Americans have shifted away from homeownership in favor of rentals after the housing market's collapse. As a result, today's apartment hunters may find themselves with a limited supply of rentals and a higher price tag 

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All Aboard!

It seems like many of the associations we work with are having elections soon. I'm always surprised that more people don't run for positions on the Board. If you are interested in what happens in your community, helping to make the decisions for your association is the best way to get involved. Throw your hat in the ring!


Five Strategies for Pricing a Home to Sell

Is a $499 iPad a bargain compared to one that costs $500? Not exactly. But retailers have long priced products just below a round number because, psychologically, $499 feels more like a deal than $500, even if the difference is only $1. In real estate, the 99 strategy is nearly


Single-Family Home Sales Rise; Prices Fall

Sales of single-family homes in Las Vegas increased 15.5 percent in September from a year ago, while the median price fell 8.6 percent, the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors reported Monday.

It's a trend that's been prevalent throughout the year as investors take advantage of discounted prices on bank-owned homes and short sales, 


How to Clean Your Home in 30 Minutes or Less

Cleaning house can feel like a gargantuan task, especially when you've let things slide for a few days too many. But it doesn't have to be such a time-consuming undertaking. By incorporating these easy tips into your daily routine and prioritizing the areas that have a knack for getting the messiest the quickest, you'll find that keeping the house in order is as 


A Look Ahead at New Homes of 2015

If you had asked someone in the 1960s what the home of 2015 would look like, chances are they imagined something akin to The Jetsons' home complete with Rosie the Robot and other space-age appliances that dressed and fed the family. But, rather than space-age technology, the biggest thing that is expected to change in future single-family


Cement in Your Toilet? Foreclosure Market Flush with Damaged Inventory

Three years into the national real estate swoon, increasing numbers of real estate agents are collecting more scary tales about what they discover when they step inside a foreclosure:....Baseboards, appliances and a brick pathway completely removed.....Cement poured down toilets.

....Walls covered in spray paint and punched full of holes.


Condo Nation: Why so Few Americans are Buying Homes

Construction of multifamily homes such as condominiums and apartment buildings surged a whopping 51 percent in September as demand for rentals continued to climb, according to the Commerce Department. "People are moving out of Mom and Dad's basement finally, but they are renting or buying apartments rather than homes," said


2 Simple Ways to Dress Your Home for Fall

The transition from summer to fall provides the perfect excuse to cozy up your home with fresh accessories and hues inspired by the season. Dress your home for cool autumn weather with these simple interior and exterior decorating ideas. As the weather gets cooler, the family will start spending more and more time indoors. Cozy up your living room 


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Reserve Study Components and Updates 

December 7

2:00 - 5:00 p.m.


What's a Reserve Study? Why Get One? Who Needs One?


These questions and more will be answered for those community members who often wondered about the importance of a Reserve Study for their community association.


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The Jubilee of Trees is the largest showcase of custom designed Christmas trees and wreaths between Salt Lake and Las Vegas. 


For the greater Washington County area, the Jubilee of Trees has become a tradition attracting friends and neighbors to gather and welcome the holiday season together.  


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