Consensus Building for Community Associations

Community Associations, their board members and managers are responsible for carrying out business that protects literally hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars worth of real estate. Daily problems arise that range in magnitude and importance, but all require sound business judgment to resolve.  Many times what is also desired or required is the cooperation or consensus of Association members and residents, who have different interests, values and personalities. Their cooperation may be critical.    Read the article………….


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