Your Association Community Association Manager’s Role in Getting Work Done

“A community association manager has the opportunity to create a sense of community that people really love and that enriches the community living experience,” writes PeytonBolin’s founder, Jane Bolin, in her book, Mastering the Business of Your Association: No More Condo Commando.  Creating that community, however, isn’t for the lazy, weak, or shy.    Read the article…………..


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