OMEGA BLOG


winter tools

It is that time of year again where winter has sprung upon us. We all know that winter can have its nice moments, whereas at other times it can come in full force. As property managers, we all have our winter tools that we each utilize to help make each winter season go as smoothly[…]

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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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association management

Explaining a career in community association management, where do we start?! In summary, association management is a diverse and ever-changing compilation of projects and tasks combined with a core goal of homeowner satisfaction. To get down to it, what do we do and why do we do it? We’ve interviewed some of our veteran Omega[…]

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project management division

Omega Property Management, one of the most experienced and advanced homeowner association management companies in the Twin Cities, has launched a project management division and hired three new team members to support the company’s growth. Michele Lindgren, an industry veteran with 35 years of construction and property management experience, has joined the company as project[…]

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spring walk around

By Bob Pecor Ah, spring is here. Seems like just yesterday we were dealing with concerned homeowners who were worried about ice dams, snow on the roof and possible flooding from snow melt. Concerns now will turn to the health of shrubs and the treatment of winter kill on lawns. Spring walk around inspections are[…]

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association property management

Association property management is designed to cover the expected, predictable, daily activities of an association. Project management is designed to cover those projects that may not be predictable or are larger scale projects that would take away from the daily management of the association. Project management, for instance, can be utilized for a flooded unit[…]

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ice dams

The recent heavy snows followed by a long spell of cold weather mean that ice dams will soon develop across the metro. Here is what you need to know about ice dams and how to prevent their occurrence. Ice dams occur when excessive heat builds up inside the attic, causing the snow on the roof to[…]

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