Homeowners Association Boards– Things You Should Know About Fiduciary Responsibility

In the United States, HOAs are plentiful and some communities even have more than one. Some have great difficulty in finding volunteers and homeowners are often put into a position of saying yes just to fill a vacancy for a friend. Other times, highly successful individuals in the corporate world put themselves at risk because of their failure to understand requirements of non profit HOA management. Because of my background, friends and colleagues ask me questions about the topic.  Read the article………..


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