HOA Manager Balancing Act, Part II

The article HOA Manager Balancing Act seemed to suggest that if a management company was involved in a homeowner association’s management both before and after transition that there was an inevitable conflict of interest. It also begged the question “Can the manager really remain neutral?” The answer is “yes” when the following is included:  The Management Contract should clearly define the relationship of the parties. The management company should always be engaged to perform services for the homeowner association (HOA), not the developer.    Read the article……………


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