HOA Crime Prevention

Safety is one of the most important aspects of having a neighborhood that homeowners want to be a part of. Keeping crime and vandalism rates low or nonexistent should be a top priority for any HOA board, but accomplishing this may be more difficult in some neighborhoods than others. No matter the specific needs of your community, there are still a few best practices board members can help implement in their neighborhoods:   Read the article………..


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