7 Mistakes New HOA Board Members Should Avoid

Congrats, you’re the newest HOA board member in your community! Chances are if you made the move to get elected to the board, there was a reason why you wanted to get involved in your community—whether there were specific changes you wanted to be a part of or you just wanted to volunteer to make your neighborhood a better place. Whatever your motivation, though, there’s a lot of responsibility that comes with being a board member. For most people, it’s completely new territory and can start to seem overwhelming fast.   Read the article…………


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