Three Questions to ask Prospective Condo Association Board Candidates

Condo elections are incredibly important. New Condo Board members help fight apathy and infuse new energy into Boards. On the other hand, established veterans who have led the Association for years are critical as well. Too often, the “campaign” part of Condo elections is overlooked. Prospective Condo Association Board candidates should be interviewed by Owners as you would any job candidate. This interview can occur during a “meet and greet” event, during the annual Condo election (if questions are allowed), or whatever other venue your Board offers for engaging. Here are some questions you should ask your prospective Condo Association Board candidates.    Read the article…………….


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