How to Handle Aggression Against HOA Board Members

Ideally, all HOA board meetings would be organized, calm, and simple. However, that’s not usually how life works when you manage a homeowners association. With many homeowners comes many opinions, and there is usually one owner who believes their opinion is the best. Sometimes this can lead to obnoxious attempts to get a rise out of others, such as raising their voice or trying to turn other owners against the board.  So what do you do if this behavior happens — and continues. Here are the best steps to take:    Read the article……………


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