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What happens when guests are hurt on HOA property?
Fall We have talked about what would happen if a guest damages HOA property, but what happens if a guest gets injured on HOA property? What happens if the guest sues the HOA? In such a case, the injured individual ...
Protecting Homeowner Personal Information
How prepared is your association or your management company in today's high technology world of information?
Tags: Safety
Need to Stop Wage Garnishment?
If your wages are being garnished, there are a few things you can do stop or reduce the withholdings from your paycheck.
New Owners - Putting Your Association's Best Foot Forward
Creating a positive impression of the association for new owners
How to Increase Your HOAs Dues
Proper planning and open communication can help ease the pain of increasing monthly homeowners association dues.
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How To Increase Your Social Security Benefits
Ssbenefitssm Learn what you and your family can do to get the most from your Social Security benefits. For many, Social Security is the only income they will receive upon retirement that is both guaranteed for life and...
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How to Run A Background Check
Information can be found online for free or for a small cost when running a background check
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Establishing A Successful Dog Park In Your Community
How a dog park can enhance your community and steps for creating one.
Tags: PetsLandscapingStaff Pick
Child Care - Day Care
There are various tools and checklists that can help you choose quality child care.
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PPO Health Insurance
Preferred Provider Organizations are payment service providers that offer more affordable health care plans with fewer limits.
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Selling Your Home? Try These Creative Strategies
Homesalesm Gone are the days when all it took to sell a house was a “for sale” sign in the front yard. Here are five creative strategies to help your home go from “for sale” to “sold.” ...
A Guide for First Time Homebuyers
Describes the 6 step process for the first-time homebuyer
Teratogens (What to Avoid During Pregnancy)
Many things can cause physical defects in a developing embryo
Tags: Safety
Fixing Hot or Cold Rooms
Tips on fixing rooms that are too hot or too cold.
Should you refinance your home mortgage?
Learn if you qualify to refinance your home loan, and whether or not refinancing might benefit you.

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Kansas - The Sunflower State
Annual-sunflowerthumb Capital City: Topeka Nickname: Sunflower StateMotto: Ad Astra per Aspera (To the stars through difficulties)Statehood: January 29, 1861 (34th)Origin of State's Name: From the Sioux Indian for "south wind...
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Alaska Relocation Guide
A guide to help you get through the process of relocating or moving to Alaska
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Washington - The Evergreen State
Although the capital is Olympia, most people live in the metropolitan areas of Seattle-Everett and Tacoma.
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Connecticut - The Constitution State
Connecticut gets its name from an Algonquian word meaning "land on the long tidal river."
Maryland - The Old Line State
One of the original 13 states to join the Union (in 1788), Maryland is in the middle of the Eastern Seaboard.
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