Finding your Specialty on a Condo Association Board

Once you join a Condo Association Board, you’ll have your hands full with a variety of different tasks and activities. Preserving the big three – finances, safety, and transparency – is the job of all Board members. The challenges of day-to-day governing are also a core part of how you will spend your time. But beyond that, you likely joined a Board to make a difference in your community. And once you’ve gotten a good grip on the “must do” tasks, a good Board member will want to add value in other ways. The best way to do this is to find your specialty on a Condo Association Board.    Read the article……………..


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