Community Management: Myths Dispelled

There are quite a few myths and misconceptions about community management that we must dispel. If your association is larger than a handful of units, there is a better than average chance that your community is managed by a community management company. Some of the frustrations faced by owners and board members in associations are based on the lack of understanding of the role and functions of the management company.  The first thing to understand is that the management company serves the entire community. Community managers do not work for you as an individual owner merely because you pay assessments that eventually “pay their salary.” Their duty is owed to the community at large, not any particular owner and their actions are directed by the association’s board of directors or governing body.    Read the article………………

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