2021 Community Associations Industry Report

Robin Young
| 47 min. read
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From virtual meetings with board members to uncommon uses of amenity spaces, the COVID-19 pandemic and recession reshaped the way community association managers operate.

If you’re interested in how the crisis impacted community association portfolios, this supplemental report dives into the trends you’ve experienced firsthand.

In Buildium’s 2021 State of the Property Management Report, we included the voices of over 5,000 property managers, owners, and residents. Now we’ve sliced and diced that data to reflect only the responses relevant to community associations, so we can tell you exactly what it all means for your business.

In the report, you’ll find out:

  • Which changes managers made to amenities and maintenance procedures to meet associations’ needs in 2020
  • How boards perceive the value of management services in a COVID-19 world
  • Which technologies association boards want their managers to use
  • Which strategies community association managers will implement to grow their businesses in 2021
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