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board training

Omega Property Management, one of the most experienced and advanced homeowner association management companies in the Twin Cities, will host two board training sessions in May. These May 28 and 30 sessions will include company executives from Omega Property Management and Hoffman Weber Construction to speak about topics including: What determines your association’s maintenance responsibilities and[…]

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Omega Property Management is involved in several organizations that serve and educate the multi-housing industry as well common interest communities. Since we are Minnesota based, we are part of the MHA/CIC Midwest chapter and CAI Minnesota chapter, as these are the chapters that represent this part of the state. As a property management company, we[…]

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Maybe your community has been self-managed for 30 years and you’ve hit a brick wall – tired of the late-night phone calls, unable to walk around your property without being stopped asking when a dead shrub is going to be replaced. Maybe you are with a management company and you’re not getting the results your[…]

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board training

Omega Property Management, one of the most experienced and advanced homeowner association management companies in the Twin Cities, has wrapped up their semiannual free educational board training sessions of the year. Approximately 30 board members from homeowner associations managed by Omega Property Management attended each of the two sessions held this year in the spring[…]

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property management company

These days many homeowners are finding themselves purchasing a home in homeowner association communities, whether they choose a condominium, townhouse or a newer single-family home. Many of these associations have hired a property management company (PMC), like Omega Property Management. Homeowners who are living in a homeowner association (HOA) for the first time may be[…]

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association board meeting

We’ve all been there. The association board meeting with upset, confused, and/or frustrated homeowners where homeowner input has gone on for an hour with no end in sight. The board meeting that has gone on for four hours, the directors are exhausted and are now making off-the-wall, albeit hilarious, suggestions in ways to finalize discussions[…]

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hoa board responsibilities

HOA board responsibilities are not to be taken lightly. There are numerous ways that inexperienced board members can get into trouble (check out these blog posts for examples).   That’s why we recently launched Omega University, a series of educational seminars that will take place each spring and fall.   The first Omega University board[…]

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