How to Get Rid of Apathy in Your HOA

A big challenge faced by HOA boards is getting residents to be more engaged and involved. Resident apathy can be pretty common in homeowners associations. While this can sometimes be normal, it may not always mean that everyone is content and happy. Residents may not speak up because they don’t feel they have the opportunity or information to do so. To prevent this, there are ways HOAs can get the conversation started and decrease community apathy.      Read the article………….


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