OMEGA BLOG


Chevalle Country Estate Association, the master association in the Chevalle neighborhood, has chosen Omega Property Management as its homeowner association management company. The firm, founded in 1977, will take on management of six of Chevalle’s seven sub-associations on the 300-acre conservation development in Chaska.   “We are looking forward to working with Omega Property Management[…]

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fairy houses

There’s a magical, mystical world in the Twin Cities that you’re probably whizzing by every day without even noticing.   We’re talking about a world of elves and fairies. . .and their fairy houses. Here’s a look at some of the fairy houses in the Twin Cities. (Hint: Searching for fairy houses is a good[…]

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homeowner association management

Today we announced that Nicole Doeden has rejoined our organization as association manager. She previously worked for Omega Property Management as association manager from 2007 to 2014. In her new role, Nicole will manage homeowner associations, help to train and develop other association managers, and contribute to the marketing of Omega Property Management. “Association managers are vital to[…]

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Attended the Hellmuth and Johnson spring CIC legal seminar today. As usual, lots of great information, below are my notes from the seminar. If interested, they are repeating the seminar next Saturday as well: www.hjlawfirm.com/seminars. RENTALS Enacting Restriction Here are some things to keep in mind: Do it through your Declaration, not your rules & regulations.[…]

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It’s budget season for most homeowner associations with a year-end fiscal year. Clearly a budget is a fiscal tool, but did you know it can also be a communication and planning tool? It’s a way for the Association to communicate its priorities as determined by where you are choosing to spend your money. The problem[…]

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We are often asked what are the key characteristics of effective homeowner association management. It really comes down to the combined efforts of the homeowner association and its Board of Directors and management company working together with the homeowners for the common good of the association. Too often, interests of the individual homeowner are not[…]

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