Funding Your Future: Predicting & Budgeting Your Association’s Repairs & Improvements

All community associations require routine maintenance, repairs, and replacement over time to ensure they remain in good condition. The task of ensuring the Association retains sufficient funding to pay for this maintenance, repair and replacement work falls squarely on the shoulders of the Board of Directors. Balancing the Association’s financial and maintenance needs is a critically important responsibility every Board grapples with.          Read the article…………..


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