Social interaction is highly important to the mental and physical well-being of your residents, but what happens when they begin to age, leaving you to find a solution to combat social isolation?Read More
There are a few things you should know about a community management company before hiring them, from their experience to the team. However, one of the most important aspects to the company is what they can offer your property. What are their most valuable services?
While it differs for every business, here are IKO Community Management’s basic community living and property management services you should be on the lookout for:
All HOA communities need amenity upgrades.Read More
IKO Community Management wishes you a safe, fun Thanksgiving. We hope you enjoy spending time with your family, friends, and neighbors this holiday.
If you live or sell in an HOA community, you’re highly aware of shifting demographics in homebuyers across the nation.
IKO details the legislative hot topics in Maryland from various HOA law sources. These hot topics could become new laws in Maryland upon voting.Read More
If you’re on the HOA board, it's important to think about new challenges in your community. For example, hoarding is a newer issue for communities with aging-in-place residents.
Some people hoard because they believe the item will be useful in the future while others hold sentimental value and link memories to items. Some think the bargain is too good to pass up, and others simply can’t decide where it belongs.Read More
It’s understood by many landlords and property management companies that bad tenants can cause even worse problems.Read More
Did you know that state laws and professional associations require residential property inspectors to give a written contract and inspection report to the homeowner or property manager? Or that a contractor and home inspector aren’t the same job?Read More