Web Portals for EVERY HOA

eUnify’s Community Resident Portal is a dynamic web application that streamlines communication, giving all residents 24/7 access to community information. Whether you want to find a babysitter, sell a lawnmower, get a recommendation on an electrician, or find the date and time of the next board meeting, web portals are the cornerstone for community communication and social interaction.
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resident portal online payments

Online Payments

Pay dues online and view your account balance.
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Upload documents and other files for easy access with searchable document library for quick retrieval.
resident portal announcements


Post important information and notes about the community to display prominently on the homepage.
resident portal events


Create a community calendar of events and stay up-to-date on community happenings.
resident portal my profile

My Profile

View your account balance, and check on ARC requests, covenant violations, and work orders. Create unique logins for spouses or significant others.
resident portal eBlast


Engage homeowners with announcements and e-Newsletters via mass emails.

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Communicate. Collaborate. Participate.

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There are many ways to communicate with the community in your portal. Post an Announcement, send an eBlast or start a discussion to generate ideas or voice opinions.


Collaborate with members by maintaining an up-to-date directory with full search capabilities. Setup and join groups to organize various social clubs with the community.


Take active participation within the community with surveys. This is a great tool to gather feedback from the community or to conduct a vote. What’s your favorite color?

Website vs. Portal

Sometimes the terms “website” and “portal” are used interchangeably, and this usage isn’t entirely inaccurate but do you really know the difference between website vs portal? To highlight the differences, here are quick definitions and a few more distinguishing features of websites and portals:

Websites are about driving traffic and being seen. Portals are about limiting traffic to the right group(s) of users and providing services. You need a website to let the potential client associations know about your company and what it has to offer. You need resident web portals so that homeowners within current client associations are empowered to do things online that might otherwise require a phone call to your office.