Preventing Community Association Fraud: Part Two – Your Property Management Company’s Role

Fraud can strike just about any association – even one that is professionally managed – regardless of how small or large your community may be. However, a good property management company will have checks and balances and other security measures in place to help reduce the risk. How do you know if a management firm has taken those precautions? Is there something specific you should look for?   Read the article……………..


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