Common HOA Pitfalls, and How to Avoid Them

I am constantly amazed by the ingenuity of the solutions HOA boards come up with to the difficult situations they face. Faced with tight budgets, demanding residents, and difficult personalities, the obvious answers often don’t work. Sometimes, though, we get so focused on a particular problem that we lose sight of the big picture – and the simple solutions. Here are three pitfalls that commonly affect HOA boards. Keep them in mind, and your job just might get a little easier.    Read the article…………


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