IKO Community Management wishes you a safe, fun Thanksgiving. We hope you enjoy spending time with your family, friends, and neighbors this holiday.
Most of the time, this isn’t the case.Read More
Are you ready to be a good neighbor and pet owner? Learn how to solve top pet policy problems in HOA communities.
IKO Community Management of Olney, Maryland, introduces a brand-new, all-in-one community portal that details community announcements, processes payments and maintenance requests, prints necessary forms, answers frequently asked questions, and updates community directories and calendars.Read More
Investing in a social (sub)committee is a great idea for your HOA community. This subcommittee puts together community events, runs neighborhood social media accounts, and timely distributes HOA meeting minutes.Read More
Summer vacations can get pricey, especially if you’re taking the whole family or splurging on airfare, a nice destination, or expensive lodging.
If you have the vacation bug but not the budget, IKO Community Management has a few ways that you can get away in your own HOA community this summer.Read More
Did you know that 69 million people live in a neighborhood that’s run by a homeowners association? According to the Foundation for Community Association Research, that’s approximately 21.3 percent of the U.S. population living in private communities governed by condominium, cooperative, and homeowners associations.Read More
Did you know that certain HOA fines can be around $100 per day and up to $1,000? IKO Community Management knows that you shouldn't spend hard-earned summer vacation money on HOA fines. That’s why we’re revealing exactly how to avoid the top fines this summer.Read More
A lot of Maryland homeowners and condo unit owners are unaware of their full rights within the community. Many don’t know exactly how much control the HOA has over the neighborhood, and IKO is here to clarify everything.Read More
The HOA election process is confusing, especially for new residents or those who haven’t participated in voting before. IKO Community Management outlines the basics of the HOA election process and what homeowners need to know about voting, political signs, and running for a seat:Read More