I’m a call dispatcher for security companies, but I had to leave our state when labor in our industry started to dry up.
Some people have a severe aversion to any sort of homeowner’s or condo association. They’d rather lose thoUSnds in property value by living near neighbors with garbage in their yards and chipping paint on their homes. Sure, there are plenty of HOAs who overstep their authority in trying to police their residents. However, I have had a few great experiences with HOAs and condo associations in the past. I lived in a rented condo for many years and had a better experience compared to any apartment complex I have stayed in before or after. The property manager constantly sent their maintenance team as soon as there was a problem of any kind. The cooling systems were maintained officially, the lawn outside never got taller than more than two inches, and the buildings were repainted once every more than two to many years. As a whole, it was a good locale to live for 7 years. But after I was forced to transfer for work, I’m finding that I don’t care about our modern living accommodations. I was laid off from our last job and rapidly searched for modern labor in the security industry. I’m a call dispatcher for security companies, but I had to leave our state when labor in our industry started to dry up. Some of the labor is getting outsourced overseas, so I had no choice but to make severe compromises. Part of that was settling for a short term rental while I transition into our modern job. My week to week rental isn’t as nice as our last condo, but they have accommodations care about a swimming pool and an indoor fitness room.