Creating Harmony on Your HOA Board

Part of the fun and reward of serving on the board of your homeowners association is getting the opportunity to listen to the many perspectives of other board members before reaching a decision that will best serve your community.  In order for your community association management board to function smoothly, it’s necessary to create and maintain an environment where each board member feels valued and respected. Though differences of opinion are bound to arise when groups of people are tasked with making a single decision, here’s how to help your HOA board become more harmonious and maintain a high standard of service to your community.   Read the article……………


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