Overreaction in a Condo Association

One of my favorite sayings about Condo Associations is “the emotions are so high because the stakes are so low.” Now that’s not to say that serious things can’t happen. Sometimes you’re dealing with major projects or special assessments that have huge impacts on your Owners’ quality of life and personal finances. On the other hand, sometimes you’re dealing with people upset over trivial issues like the color of blinds, a tree needing to be replaced, or dirty windows. Being a good Board member means you need to learn how to sort real emergencies from non-emergencies and treat Owners with respect regardless of the situation. Doing so allows you to limit Overreaction in a Condo Association, which makes everyone happier.      Read the article…………..


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