Keep It Moving: How Community Associations Plan for a Successful Future One Year at a Time

Many association boards have no real vision for their community or any goals that they are working toward. Essentially, they operate in a month-to-month mentality, addressing issues as they arise and focusing on homeowners and property values. Although that’s understandable, the boards that view themselves as a business and run their association as one are more likely to set long-term goals that will increase their success. Let’s take a look at ways your board can plan for a successful future:    Read the article…………


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