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News: Community Associations Remain Popular With American Homebuyers

News: Community associations remain popular with American homebuyers

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News: Make Sure Homeowners Association Managers Have Proper Training

News: Make sure homeowners association managers have proper training

In light of the recent press about a community association management company in the Lowcountry failing to act in the best interests of the homeowner association (HOA) boards of directors it serves, even to the point of possible criminal charges, we are once again reminded of the value of industry credentialing.

Press: The 1000-Year Flood

Press: The 1000-Year Flood

When torrential rains drenched South Carolina community associations in October, board members and managers prepared for the worst and rallied to save dams before they breached. The recovery will be long and complicated.

By Pamela Babcock

Press: “Managers At Southern Community Services Earn Credentials”

Press: “Managers at Southern Community Services Earn Credentials”

Two top officers of a company that oversees homeowners associations in the Carolinas, including the Charleston area, earned leading designations from a trade group.

Press: “Greenwood Native Earns Industry Accreditation”

Press: “Greenwood Native Earns Industry Accreditation”

While growing up in Bradley, Larry Ridlehoover wanted to be a major league baseball player -- preferably for the New York Yankees. "Mickey Mantle and Yogi Berra were heroes of mine," he said. Before becoming a student at Lander University, Ridlehoover thought he wanted to be a commercial artist.

Press: Mirror Image

Press: Mirror Image

A suburban community near Charleston, S.C., replicates the historic city’s look, style and—according to some—it’s charm. It also echoes a city’s headaches.

By Julie Warren