August 3, 2016

Earlier this year we updated our system to include photos on violation letters in hopes that it would clear up any potential for confusion. Did it work?

January 20, 2016

On cool winter nights, nothing can bring relief to your freezing toes like the low hum of a space heater. It seems as if space heaters are everywhere and they show their value at your chilly office building or in that stubborn room that never seems to get warm. This go...

July 16, 2015

 

Summer can quickly become an expensive season, but being mindful of energy conservation can help reduce your electricity bills. Take a look at the following suggestions to increase your energy conservation efforts and beat the heat without breaking the bank.

 

-Cook din...

February 18, 2015

With the cold winter weather among us, frozen and burst pipes can be a real issue. To help prevent this from happening to you, here are several tips to prepare your family and your home for the cold.

 

1. Open sink-cabinet doors to allow warm air in.

 

2. In case of a burs...

October 3, 2014

At Red Rock we prepare budget drafts and fair estimates for our Board members to review. However the trend for budget committes has increased as more homeowners show a willingness to get involved. The budget committee comprises members of your community association, wh...

April 11, 2014

Some people question why they have to pay assessments when they move into a condominium, town home, or homeowner association. While assessments may be a technically correct term, the fact is that they are actually property maintenance fees.

 

When the collective buying p...

January 25, 2014

Water conservation is an important issue for the association and not just because we want to be environmentally responsible. An equally important reason is that we want to keep assessments as low as possible. This especially holds true for condominiums and townhomes wi...

October 11, 2013

We've all heard the statement, "what do I get for my HOA dues". Now you can confidently add Increase Property Value to the list. Recent research conducted in Northern Virginia by a professor and student at George Mason University indicates that community associations c...

July 11, 2013

Are you thinking about running for your board? If so, here are 10 reasons to encourage you to jump in.

 

1. Protect your self-interests. Protect your property values and maintain the quality of life in your community.

2. Correct a problem. Work with your , or do you think...