Five Mistakes Your Board of Directors Can Avoid if Hurricane Irma Hits

In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey’s destruction and with Irma fast approaching the eastern US coastline, I could blog about the steps your community needs to take to prepare. I’ve written that blog post many times before and I often wonder how many board members, managers and community association residents have followed that advice. At this point, most of you already know that you should be date-stamping video of your property to memorialize pre-and post-storm condition. and should arrange to have money on hand (either in the form of fully funded reserves or a line of credit) to use for storm repairs.     Read the article……………….


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