Associations, good financial health pays off in spades

Community associations have good reasons to maintain healthy bank balances: It allows them to keep up with maintenance and curb appeal. They don’t annoy owners by repeatedly tapping them for more.  Here’s another one: Financial stability leads to speedier sales and higher selling prices.  “Buyers definitely want to know how much money is in the bank, and they definitely want to know what the planned improvements are for the next few years,” said real estate agent Jane McClelland at Re/Max in the Village in Oak Park.    Read the article……………..

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