HOA HOMEFRONT: How to reduce your stress level

For many years, advising associations could be quite stressful, as I would sometimes make recommendations to clients which they would then reject. However, one of the defining moments in my HOA law career was when I realized that my role is to provide my clients the best advice – not to take on the obligation of compelling the associations to follow my advice. It is not my home and I do not vote. Once I learned my boundary, the role became less stressful.  Below are the fundamental general boundaries that, when recognized, will lead to healthier operations of common interest associations.    Read the article…………….


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