(PRWEB) June 1, 2005
The Gulf Coast never saw it coming. Everything was doing well, the visiting tourists were happy, and condominium owners were contented. But then Ivan hit with 100 mile an hour winds and a devastating tidal surge, we were stunned - and within hours many Condominiums along the Gulf Coast had been severely damaged or destroyed.
"We thought we had prepared for any disaster - hurricane, flood, fire, even terrorist attack. But, we never imagined the amount of damage a hurricane like Ivan could cause. Within hours it destroyed or damaged hundreds of condominiums." The recovery was slowed by lack of communications between Owners, Association Managers, Insurance Companies and repair crews.
Hurricanes are a fact of life for Coastal condo owners and managers, so Condominium Associations are usually prepared for the storm itself.
But, most Condo Associations are unprepared for the disruption created by the storm damage. Condo owners were clamoring for information about their condos. The total volume of inquires was overwhelming. Nerves were frayed. Owners were frantic. Association managers could not communicate with condominium owners and rental guests for several days.
But a new service has been established by AssociationOwners.com to come to the immediate aid and assistance of Condominium Managers and Owners within hours of a Hurricane or other crisis. The AssociationOwners.com web-based Association Management application allows owners, managers and vendors to instantly communicate from any Internet computer in the World.
No software to buy, install, or maintain. The simple Web-based Application is accessed through any web browser. In minutes damage reports and photos can be uploaded so both owners and insurance companies can see the damage first-hand on the web.
For more information on how Condominium Associations owners and managers can prepare and be ready to defend themselves. Tour the Sample website AssociationOwners.com and experience the online communication advantage.
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