Tips for Effective HOA Board Member Transitions

If you are reading this article, you’re most likely a newly elected HOA or community association board member who will be taking office in the near future. HOAs and community associations are real businesses with budgets in the hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars, so you want to be prepared and confident as you take on your new volunteer role. Creating a detailed transition plan is the best way to quickly gather the information you’ll need to lead.   Read the article………..


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