HOA Homefront: Sometimes managers are not allowed to succeed in their roles

Many associations struggle with a poor manager relationship, resulting in a frustrated board or a terminated manager. However, such struggles can sometimes arise from the board’s actions and likewise can be resolved by a change in board practices.  Truly, some managers are simply not cut out for the job. The need for excellent homeowners association managers increases along with the growing number of community associations.   Read the article……………


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