Board member Tools

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Everything you need as a board member of your HOA is available for you to see on your Spectrum board member dashboard. From real-time financial reports to open violations to current ACC requests it’s all here. Click below to login or create your account.

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Attend Our Free Board Member Training Classes

Spectrum is proud to offer ongoing training courses to board members of communities we manage. The best part is you can attend the classes right from your computer at work or using your tablet while sitting on your couch at home.

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Tips for HOA Board Members

Unlike Some Other Companies, We Tip Well!

Our team at The Boardline Institute is constantly putting out new articles and helpful tips to make life easier for you as an HOA board member. Click on the button below to visit our Boardline Institute blog where you can interact with our team of trainers.

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Tips & Resources

Board meetings should be productive, efficient meetings where the board conducts business. Stop and think about that for a minute. Are your meetings productive and efficient? Does the board meet to conduct business or socialize? Are you getting the most out of your meetings?

We’ve put together 7 keys to a successful board meeting. Following these suggestions can bring new life to your association and keep volunteers interested in helping.

We’ve all driven past neighborhoods that look horrible. The pool is closed and empty. The tennis courts are cracked and weeds are growing up through the asphalt. The roof is caving in on the clubhouse, and the perimeter fence looks like it’s about ready to fall down. More than likely, these associations failed to create a reserve fund to replace and maintain the association’s common property. Learn more about how you can plan for the future.

Wow the owners in your association with entrances that shine! Spending money on entry landscaping should be a priority.

Everyone wants a good return on investment. What does that mean, exactly?