Homeowner Association E-Voting? The Unlikely Future

One of the biggest problems with both large and small communities is their governing bodies’ inability to execute meaningful improvements due to a lack of quorum (i.e. attendance by a majority) of its members.  Active participation by a majority of the owners is pivotal to a board’s success. Otherwise the community board and their planned elections or votes quickly turn into a sounding board of rants and wishful thinking. Owners who simply do not have the time or the interest to attend their condominium or homeowner association meetings make it very difficult for boards to take action and make the necessary changes needed to promote a better living environment    Read the article…………….


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