Managing Your Vendors in an HOA Community

As a board member, you are responsible for many aspects of your association. One of these tasks is selecting projects to complete and the vendors who will work on these projects. Whether it’s scheduling routine pool maintenance or arranging for new trees to be planted in the community park. Below are some step-by-step tips for managing vendors. Some of these steps might be new to you due to a community manager handling them. However, we want you to be aware of each step of the process, so you know what’s going on behind the scenes.   Read the article……………

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