Effective policies for Managing Emergency Situations in a Condo Association

I recently wrote about how important it is to protect the powers of the Condo Board. To ensure you run a transparent and open Condo Association, you must protect your Board powers. But the reality is that life is messy. Sometimes crazy stuff happens and you don’t have the luxury of the usual slow pace of a Condo Board. How can you ensure transparency in a Condo Association in these circumstances? How do you balance the need for speed without turning into a dictatorship? The key is to make sure you have effective policies for managing emergency situations in a Condo Association.     Read the article…………


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