Advice for New Community Association and HOA Board Members

Whether you emerged victorious after a heated political battle, or ran unopposed, you’re now an HOA or community association board member. Thank you for volunteering to serve your community. Now that you’re stuck (just kidding), let me start by saying that serving on a board is a great way to meet neighbors and help steer the future direction of your community. The down side is that it takes time and energy above and beyond your already busy schedule. After spending all day at work or managing your family, you now have another job.  Based on my experience working with hundreds of board members, as well as my own eight years of service as a board treasurer and president, here are five pieces of advice for new board members.    Read the article……………

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