Avoiding Fight Night – Community Association Boards vs. Homeowners

Volunteering as an HOA or Community Association board member is a thankless job at best. The basic goal of effectively operating the business of the community means that board members have to collect money from neighbors and tell them what they can and can’t do. This creates an inherent conflict that can quickly escalate unless board members and neighbors figure out how to work together to do what’s best for the community.   Read the article………..


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