Common Misconceptions of Community Association Management

To many Americans, living in a homeowner’s associations is a new concept. Since 1964, homeowner associations have become increasingly common in the United States. With one in six homes in America now in a community association, many homeowners have less than positive things to say about property management companies or homeowner’s associations in general. A lack of education can lead to misconceptions and misinformation. What are these, and how can you combat them?   Read the article………….


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