Fighting Apathy: Identifying Great Condo Board Member Candidates

Condo Association Boards have an extremely challenging job when it comes to running their Associations. They have substantial control over finances and the direction a community goes. The fear of breaking bad – and resulting horror stories – is very real. Good Board members hold things in check and grow a community. In most Condo Associations, a Board has five, seven, or maybe even (God help you) more members. Most business in a Condo is conducted with a majority vote. What this means is that while you might have five Board members, it only takes three to screw things up badly, which means that every single vote counts – you’re only one bad Board member from disaster. To combat this, you need to make sure you are keeping a strong pipeline of great Condo Board member candidates.     Read the article………….


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