“The need for connection and community is primal, as fundamental as the need for air, water, and food.” ~ Dean Ornish
Community. We hear that word a lot in this industry – it’s literally in the name of everything we do. Community Associations, Community Management, Community Managers. As a management company, the word community is at the heart of everything we do. But what does the word mean for owners and the places they call home?
The dictionary defines community as a unified body of individuals or a group of people with common characteristics or interests living together within a larger society. If we go one step further, community associations are defined as an organization of people and groups working toward preserving, maintaining, and enhancing homes and property. The need for connection and community is deeply ingrained in the human experience. It goes beyond mere socialization; it is a fundamental aspect of our biology, psychology, and culture. Recognizing and nurturing these connections are crucial for the holistic well-being and flourishing of individuals and societies alike.
myStreet Community Management pledges a commitment to the communities we manage by ensuring the protection of property values and owners’ quiet enjoyment of their homes and neighborhoods. To accomplish these goals, our managers work alongside Board and Committee members to implement effective community inspections, regulate fair enforcement of rules and regulations, and promote unified design guidelines for all homes. The result is a cohesive environment where owners love where they live.
Join us this year as we tackle a new community association topic each month. This month we will be discussing goals and strategies for effectively managing your community association.