Six Essential Tips for New HOA Board Members

Congratulations are in order – you’ve just been elected to the board. So now the big question: What’s next?  “The great thing about associations that are helmed by owners is that they have a vested interest in doing right by their community,” said Kirk Kowieski, CMCA, AMS, vice president of FirstService Residential. “But that also comes with challenges…many board members find themselves in this kind of position for the first time, so there’s a little bit of a learning curve.”   Fortunately, FirstService Residential is here to help. Follow these new board member basics and you’ll soon be governing like a pro.    Read the article……………


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