Monthly Archives: April 2016

Drones in Your Neighborhood

shutterstock_317600432Once used exclusively by the military, drones are now becoming more and more common in private use. While they do have some benefits, such as Amazon’s promise to deliver products via drones, there are also some drawbacks to drones, especially if they enter your private property. If you would like to know more about drones and drone rules, check out these three questions.

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What You Should Know About the Zika Virus

shutterstock_323400437The Zika virus has been a hot subject in the media because more and more cases outside of Africa have been reported. If you are worried about this illness, you should know that it isn’t very serious and often has no symptoms. However, the disease can be devastating to pregnant women. If you are worried about Zika, check out these three important facts.

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How to Deal With Upset Residents

shutterstock_208800748Dealing with people who are upset is difficult. It’s easy to let their anger overpower you, causing you to become defensive or just as angry. However, when your residents are complaining about something, it’s not a time to become defensive. You need to acknowledge their complaint and try to do your best to solve it. When in doubt, follow these three tips.

Give Them Time to Vent

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3 Tips to Dodge the Pitfalls of Poor HOA Security

shutterstock_153228896Neighborhoods with HOAs are often very secure places in which to live. However, there are a lot of pitfalls that can affect your neighborhood’s security, making it more vulnerable. Check out these four tips to help keep your neighborhood safe.

Know Your Vulnerabilities

The first thing you need to do is find the neighborhood’s vulnerabilities. This is done by physically patrolling and examining every Continue reading