Mobile Inspector App
Mobile Inspector App User Guide 📱
Where can I find the Android App?
Where can I find the iOS App?
Account Setup and Administration
Accounting with Intuit QuickBooks Online
Exporting Property Data
Hardware and Software Requirements
How do I edit CC&R Articles?
How do I get my data out of Buildium?
Importing Property Lists
Is HOALife down?
Manually Updating Property Information in Bulk
Property List Format
Property Ownership Changes
Security and Backup
Updating property ownership information
Adding Users to Accounts
Architectural Committee Member Permissions
Board Member Permissions
Read Only Permissions
Dashboard & Settings
Add an out-of-inspection violation to a property
Customized Inspection Routing
Historical Violation Imports
Violation Reports and Notices
Dynamic Variables in Letter Templates and Violation Notices
Inspection Summary Report
Portal Access with QR Codes and PINs
Tracking Violation Resolution (Closing)
Violation Notice Cover Letters
Violation Notice Deliveries
Bulk Email Conversations
Escalation Letter Templates
How to Generate Mailing Labels
Property Letter Templates
Self-service Ownership Contact Information Updates
Assets & Work Orders
Updated by Daniel Westendorf
What is a Property Ownership Change?
As time passes, the owners of properties in your association will change. Keeping ownership information up-to-date is important, but what happens after a property changes hands?
After updating the ownership information for a property, HOALife will propose an ownership change. You will be presented with options as how to handle that change.
Archive all prior property data
This option will "reset" the property to a pristine state, removing any prior violations, notes, escalations, and additional mailing addresses. Prior to doing so, we'll create an archive of prior property data for your historical records. This is a destructive action and cannot be reverted.
This options will ignore the suggested change. No data will be modified and you will not be prompted to review the possible ownership change again.