HOA Homefront: The board balancing act

The ancient Chinese concept of yin and yang deals with opposite and inseparable forces. Common interest developments, or homeowner associations, have their own “yin and yang” issues, in which four basic and inseparable priorities must be balanced to produce a successful and harmonious community.  Those four interests include the association’s corporate, real estate, financial and community priorities. Each are critically important areas of emphasis for a healthy community, and the neglect or over-emphasis of one of these priorities often is the root of major association problems and conflict.      Read the article…………..


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