Glass House Management: Transparency In Your HOA

Homeowner association boards are elected to handle HOA business. Some do it better than others because of training and natural ability. While good business practices are fundamental to getting the job done right, “people” practices are equally important.  And even though HOA elections are not typically barraged with candidates, the membership does care what the board does. When the board doesn’t do it right, some members simmer at a slow boil, some bellow and others beat the tar and feather drums. The picture isn’t pretty for well intentioned boards.   Read the article………….


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