Author Archives: Scott Setterlund

HOA boards should operate more like a business

Many Idaho homeowner associations lack adequate resources to operate like a business, and a volunteer board member ends up wasting an enormous amount of time on concerns that divert their attention away from key concerns.  All too often, associations are ...

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Building healthy Idaho homeowners association communities

When it comes to Idaho homeowners’ associations, a common sentiment is “a community is only as good as the people who live in it.” However, in terms of evaluating an HOA, the true golden rule is “an HOA community is only as good ...

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HOAs need board leadership more than ever

When the idea of homeowner’s associations began in the 1960s, they were created to give people access to common areas, like gardens, playgrounds and pools. HOAs were meant to form strong communities who were able to share in those common ...

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