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Old 02-14-2016, 11:48 AM   #1
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Hey guys! Hope everyone is having a good weekend.

I had a question about successful marketing in neighborhoods who are receiving letters from the HOA forcing them to paint.

What have you had the best luck with?

-Door hangers
-Door to door
-Post card direct mailers
-Securing a house or 2 and having your yard signs snowball the houses
-Any other suggestions?

Thanks ahead of time guys!
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Most HOAs have soliciting restrictions so I wouldn't suggest door hangers or knocking.
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Most HOAs have soliciting restrictions so I wouldn't suggest door hangers or knocking.
I wouldn't be concerned with HOA with respect to those particular restrictions. I wouldn't think they have any legitimate recourse.
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I wouldn't be concerned with HOA with respect to those particular restrictions. I wouldn't think they have any legitimate recourse.

Recourse.. no I doubt it. However it probably would look good on your part to follow the neighborhood rules to which you want to market.
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Recourse.. no I doubt it. However it probably would look good on your part to follow the neighborhood rules to which you want to market.
No one likes HOA's. Not even members.

I have a customer who sued the hoa. They were forced to dissolve it.
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Contact the HOA directly and tell them that you will offer a discount to any homeowner who signs up to do the work, IE if three sign up you give a 5% discount, if 10 or more sign up offer a 10% discount. Cap the discount.

We do a deal for one HOA where everyone has a share of the manlift cost which reduces the individual cost for each homeowner. Last year we painted 14 homes there and the year before we did 17 homes. We also painted the same for the same HOA 5 years ago and did 23 homes at that time.
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