Powered by Page Per Page, Hoampage is a community website solution that provides a space for homeowners to not only stay informed about their community, but engage with management and connect with neighbors.

...there's no place like it.



Manage website(s) and communicate with homeowners from a single location.


Turn features on or off depending on what you feel best serves your community.


Allow users to connect through community forums, interest groups and list items for sale.

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$ 299 per year / per website
  • Invite homeowners to join, create and manage property members and assessments
  • Let users know what's happening in the community, and provide access to helpful resources
  • Allow users to connect through community forums, interest groups and list items for sale.
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The story

To know Hoampage, you first need to get to know Page Per Page – a print, mail, and technology company, specializing in the community association industry.
Since 2008, Page Per Page has delivered letters (i.e. billing assessments, annual meeting notices, ballots, etc.) to more than 60,000 HOAs representing more than 5 million homeowners.
Through experience and interactions with management companies, HOAs and homeowners alike, Page Per Page became quite knowledgeable about the world of community management.
What interested them most, was what needed improvement. How could they best serve and evolve the industry?
One particular area of concern was community (HOA) websites. To put it bluntly, the sites were deserted wastelands. Expensive ones, at that.
But the answer as to “Why?” was simple. Information was often outdated, stale and irrelevant, and communication was strictly one-way. Homeowners had no other choice but to disengage, looking to private groups on social media sites to vent their frustrations.
Page Per Page jumped at the opportunity, and began building Hoampage.
Hoampage exists today, to not only solve the underlying issues present in the community website industry, but more importantly, strengthen the relationship between management and homeowners.