COVID-19 Update May 7, 2020

Homeowners Management Company is deemed an essential business during the pandemic. As such, we continue working remotely to serve our clients while doing our part to limit the spread of the Coronavirus and protect the health and safety of our team members and their families. The latest revisions to state and local COVID-19 orders allow for some previously restricted activities like construction projects and landscape maintenance to resume. We know there are many projects that have been put on hold since mid-March and many folks are anxious to see these projects resume or get underway. Keep in mind that there may be delays in getting new projects started while businesses work to understand and implement new practices around health/safety and while our business partners work diligently to complete those projects already in progress. We appreciate your patience and understanding while we work with your service providers to prioritize and schedule the backlog of work in a responsible manner. We'd like to say thank you to everyone, (HMC Team members, Board members, homeowners and our business partners), for embracing technology and adapting to the recent restrictions which have changed some of the ways we communicate, collaborate and deliver our collective services. Our management team has been conducting virtual meetings with our HOA Boards of Directors and business partners. Team HMC comes together for a virtual staff meeting three times/week to stay connected, discuss how we should adapt to the evolving conditions and ensure we are continuing to provide the best possible service to our clients. Where on-site visits to evaluate properties for compliance and maintenance issues have been paused due to SIP orders, we will work with those Boards of Directors to coordinate the resumption of those site visits as allowed, with social distancing practices and other appropriate considerations in mind. We will continue to monitor and adapt our business practices to comply with the various public orders which continue to evolve from county, state and federal government. At this time, we anticipate returning to the office after the current local shelter in place order expires at the end of May. More than likely, we will need to adopt new workplace policies and adjust our practices around the concept of social distancing for the health and safety of our team members, clients and business partners.