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Cyber Exposures/Cyber Security and Liabilities November 7, 2018 Seminar Schedule: 11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Course Location: The Lodge in Des Peres Cost: $25 for members, $35 for members
To maximize the value of individual units within your community and keep your association running smoothly, sound financial management is essential. This video provides some key details on how to effectively manage budgets for your community. Presented...
Jason discusses the difference between an insurance claim and a non-insurance claim in regards to roof work and the differences in the bidding process. Presented by Jason Shupp – Ferguson Roofing – Visit Ferguson Roofing Online.
One of the common ties between successful self managed communities and professional community management companies is the need for consistency. Bob Klages discusses both the difficulties and methods of maintaining consistency in your community. Presented...
Answering one of the most frequently asked questions, “Why do my insurance costs increase when I haven’t filed any claims?”, Jim Reubsam provides community association trustees and managers with several of the most common reasons for...
When a small group of board members has to protect an entire community, insurance best practices are essential to make sure the community is protected by the perfect insurance program. Presented by Karen O’Connor Corrigan – O’Connor...
Community Association Institute provides valuable training, education and certification professional community managers and volunteer leaders in managing community associations like condominium boards and homeowner associations. Presented by Bob Klages...
Community associations should choose their roofing contractor carefully, especially after a disaster or storm. Tips on choosing a roofer from CAI Heartland business partner Ferguson Roofing.
Karen O’Connor Corrigan of O’Connor Insurance reviews five common mistakes in coverage for community associations.
Community Association trustees, directors and board members should have a disaster recovery plan in place before a disaster strikes. Action points from an industry expert with United Services of Saint Louis.