Poor Communication Causes Most Problems For HOAs in Florida

Most interpersonal issues stem from miscommunication. This is especially true in the business world – communication is the bedrock of every successful relationship.  The same basic principles apply to the management of a property you own. Maintaining clear lines of communication between yourself and the property management company, board members, and residents, and contractors are imperative. You cannot expect a relationship to thrive if you do not know how to communicate with one another and subsequently resolve disputes.    Read the article……………


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