CAM Mash Up: This Week (July 10, 2016)

Posted by Andrea Drennen, CMCA on July 10, 2016


Here are some questions our mash-up articles will help answer for you this week: Why is having a CAM attorney on hand a good thing? What is the difference between a partner and a vendor? Do homeowners like you? Are mortgage servicers harming American homeowners? If these questions are important to you, read on! It's all this week in community association management!

As an educated member of the Community Association Management industry, you already know how crucial it is to stay informed and up-to-date on the latest news, trends and happenings within the industry. Each week, we bring together our favorite reads of the week and share them with you! Enjoy the CAM Mash Up and please share it too!

Mortgage Mess

“More than two years ago, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau enacted rules about the ways mortgage servicers could operate and interact with borrowers, but a new report finds that many of these servicing companies continue to go about (bad) business as usual, using failed technology that has already harmed American homeowners.” Find out the details of their recently released report.

Howdy Partner! Or is it Vendor?

You may have been wondering: What is the difference between a partner and vendor? This article makes the distinction clear!

CAM attorney... Present! 

Why is it so important to have a reputable and knowledgeable community association attorney around? For one, it's easier to get over disagreements—and for many other reasons. For the reasons noted in this article, the investment is worth it.

Homeowners may like you

A study conducted by CAI actually shows that homeowners may not dislike you. We've included this next article to show you that you may not be the least popular person among homeowners.

What homeowners want

Homeowners are learning about HOA life, what to ask you for, and what expectations to have. Here's some of the education they're receiving.   


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