How To Prepare Your HOA in The Event of a Natural Disaster

Consider this scenario: You are a board member for an HOA that represents over 300 residents in a condominium complex of 20 buildings. In the early hours of a Thursday morning, you are awakened by a loud knocking at your door. You open it to find a frantic resident telling you that the building is on fire and that the fire department has evacuated 20 people.  You get dressed and go outside to see four units are actively burning and others significantly damaged. What are you going to do? As a board member, do you have a responsibility to take action? Do you know the plan?    Read the article……………..


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