Condo boards should work smarter, not harder

When meetings at your community association run on for hours. When unexpected bills mount up. When civility has been forgotten. It’s time for board members to work smarter, not harder. Here are a few strategies that will help associations save time and money, so board work won’t be such a chore:     Read the article………..


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