Five Personalities at Condo Association Meetings

Monthly Condo Association meetings are critical for the operations and maintenance of an Association. This is where the vast majority of real work gets done. Involved Owners show up to see the sausage made, or at least read the minutes. From a Board’s perspective, you’re typically thrilled to see ANYONE show up. Nothing is more disheartening than a monthly meeting with no attendees. When people do show up, you definitely attract a cast of characters. Here’s a list of five personalities at Condo Association meetings which you may encounter and how to effectively work with them.     Read the article…………….


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