Being a Condo Association Board Mentor

You’ve done it. Several years – maybe even multiple terms – as a Condo Association Board member and you’re suddenly an accomplished veteran. You have multiple major projects under your belt, and you’ve improved your community – maybe by starting a committee. Now that you’re a veteran, it is time for you to pass that information on to the new blood and become a Condo Association Board mentor.    Read the article…………….


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