Entries by Rise Association Management

In-Office Assisted Learning for Students of Employees

Rise Association Management Group Launches In-Office Assisted Learning for Students of Employees As schools return virtually across Texas and the nation, employees are now beginning to grapple with the issue of how to balance work-from-home with their newly donned duties of Teacher’s Assistant. Recognizing the unprecedented burden this places on parents, RISE Association Management Group […]

Managing Your Board Through Covid-19

  A Look at How HOA Boards can Manage the Challenges of Today and Beyond Though many of our communities have experienced current challenges in their own way, their solutions have been very similar.  We’ve gathered what works best and would love to share with you. The best part is, you can do it from the […]

COVID-19 Procedures

In an effort to do our part to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, RISE is currently operating under a business continuity plan which allows our team members to service our customer needs remotely. We remain committed serving our homeowners and communities in this time of need. Our team is ready to service your needs electronically […]

Thinking About High Rise Condo Living?

Downtown workers are flocking to high rise condo living, but Houston high rise association management companies caution you; not everyone is cut out for this lifestyle. If you are one of the lucky ones that is, it can be a fun and active lifestyle. The pro, the cons from Houston high rise association management, RISE […]

The Top 10 Questions from Condo Buyers in Houston

Condo buyers in today’s’ market are a mix of first time home buyers with small families, single millennials, and empty nesters. This diversity is resulting in condo buyers’ questions being a mix of old and new. For Houston property managers, Hurricane Harvey is also affecting questions during showings. Here’s a list of 10 questions you’re likely to […]

Should Your Condo Community Accept FHA Loans?

A very common and important consideration for a condo community, is should FHA loans be accepted? The Federal Housing Authority was designed to help individuals and families of all incomes afford housing. Compatible with single-family homes, townhomes and condominiums, the non-conventional loan requires a smaller down payment and more favorable interest rates. It’s a noble […]