HOA Board Function: Protect Assets

Part of a board member’s fiduciary obligation is to protect the assets of the association. In addition to money in the bank, these community assets may include tennis courts, golf courses, pools, tot lots, utility rooms or other recreational areas within the association. Often these assets are valued in the millions of dollars.    Read the article…………


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