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Violation notices are the least-liked aspect of living in a community with a homeowners’ association. However, it’s important to remember that violation notices aren’t punitive. The reason rules and regulations are in place is to make your community look great and increase your property value. It can be frustrating to keep track of the many…read more >>
During our three decades providing HOA management services throughout Orange County, we have been deeply involved in helping communities handle the full scope of challenges that come with being located in this desirable – and fast-growing – area. We have helped HOAs successfully navigate the area’s unique set of challenges and opportunities, some of which…read more >>
Onsite community management is a unique type of HOA management. Onsite managers work on the premises of a particular community, overseeing management duties from within the community itself. Many duties overlap with their offsite colleagues but there are particulars that set onsite managers – and the service they provide – well apart. The difference between…read more >>
“Keystone Spotlight” is an ongoing series introducing our top performing staff who continue to go out of their way to provide exceptional service. A strong relationship between an HOA board and their community manager sets the stage for efficient community improvements and a smoothly functioning homeowners association. Keystone Pacific Community Manager Lisa Munson exemplifies this…read more >>
HOA board membership is a unique situation. There are few other scenarios where a group of volunteers assembles to oversee the management of a multi-million-dollar nonprofit corporation in which they all also have a vested interest. All HOA boards face a similar set of demanding circumstances. Knowing how to handle these situations, as well as…read more >>
An HOA board election is a meeting of the membership during which homeowners come together to elect officials to serve on the board of their HOA. (Membership meetings should not be confused with board meetings, which are meetings where members of the HOA board discuss and vote on association business issues.) To ensure that your…read more >>
Your property management company performs many vital functions in order to facilitate the smooth running of your homeowners association. Your management company is the support system that helps carry out the directives of your board. However, your management company is tasked with entirely different responsibilities and functions than your HOA board. Regarding the relationship between…read more >>
We are very excited to announce the opening of our new Ontario Regional Office, which will occur February 20, 2018! The office will be located at 3155-D Sedona Court, Suite 150, Ontario, CA 91764. Please be sure to update your records with the new address. This new location provides our Ontario Team Members with dedicated…read more >>
During our decades overseeing property management in Irvine, the Inland Empire and throughout Orange County, the most common questions we receive pertain to HOA dues. Are dues really that important? What are they used for? The first answer is: yes, they’re extremely important. The second answer is more in-depth. In this article, we’ll break down…read more >>
“Keystone Spotlight” is an ongoing series introducing our top performing staff who continue to go out of their way to provide exceptional service. Creative problem solving is Lindsey Latham’s specialty. As a community manager in the Ontario office of Keystone Pacific, Lindsey oversees The Orchards, the picturesque 209-unit condo built by William Lyon Homes in…read more >>