Price vs A Job Well Done ~ Managing Maintenance Issues in a Homeowners Association

One of the largest questions we get at Key CMI is about managing maintenance issues in a Homeowners Association scenario. Has your board of directors ever embarked on a significant community project, and once completed, it became evident the quality of the job didn’t meet expectations, but you sure saved a lot of money? HOA board members face the delicate task of accomplishing the maintenance needs and desires of their association while balancing cost and quality of work.  As a board member, it is helpful to take a look at the maintenance goals for HOAs and what types of maintenance issues you will be responsible for addressing. This is helpful for planning your strategy for success.    Read the article……………

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