The Role of the Property Manager in Your Community

Your community manager plays an important role in the effective running of your homeowner’s association. A strong working relationship between board, homeowners and property manager makes it easier for you to get the most out of your HOA. Conversely, a strained managerial relationship can cause frustration all around.  Your community manager acts as an agent of your HOA and provides service to both the board and residents. By understanding the role of your property manager, you can get a better sense of how these dedicated individuals apply their expertise to help your community and what you can to help them be more effective at their jobs.   Read the article………………


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