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    • When a new neighborhood or apartment complex issuing built, the building company is usually pre-occupied with the homes that are being built and trying fill the homes that have already been built. The building company often do not have time to manage the community, so that responsibility falls on the first residents. These residents band together to form a homeowners association (HOA) so that they can manage and oversee communal areas and issues relating to the care of the neighborhood. [...]

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      When communities have shared areas like swimming pools, sidewalks, playgrounds, and even signage, they need a way to make sure that these communal areas are properly maintained. Home buyers want to live in a neighborhood with plenty of well-maintained amenities, so they form a homeowners association (HOA) to manage these areas. Yet depending on how many residents volunteer to serve on the HOA board, and how many shared areas need to be looked after, a group can quickly become overwhelmed. [...]

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      Indianapolis-based Community Management Services, Inc. (CMS) has expanded its core team with the hire of property management professional Jennifer Ann Jasper. Jasper’s addition comes as CMS continues to expand within Central Indiana as a full-service residential and commercial property management firm. “Jennifer’s expertise within the multi-family industry is a great asset to our team,” says Lesley Stoeffler, president of Community Management Services. “Her nearly two decade property [...]

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