Fighting Apathy: Manage a Condo Association Like You Live There

There is a tremendous amount of pressure put upon Condo Association Management. Being the focal point for the homes of hundreds – maybe even thousands – of people is no small task. They are in the middle of dealing with everything – construction, maintenance, disasters, grumpy Owners, mean Boards – you name it. Most Management is able to ensure a positive and healthy culture of respect in an Association. But just like Board burnout is inevitable, Management burnout can happen as well. One of the ways Management can fight this – and help train new Community Managers – is to manage a Condo Association like they live there.     Read the article……………


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