When your Management Company has a Conflict of Interest

Your management company is operating on notoriously thin profit margins, taking the bare minimum in management fees from your clients.  In order to stay competitive without lessening the level of service you provide, you need to bring on alternative revenue sources. One easy option is to provide additional services with a higher markup, such as maintenance and landscaping.    Read the article………….


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A list of Do’s and Dont’s for HOA Management:

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