4 crucial resources for community association boards

Serving on the board of a community association is a demanding and often thankless job. It’s a volunteer position that requires countless hours and countless decisions on matters of all sorts relating to people and property. Few board members have expertise in these areas, and if they mess up, they can be sued.  Savvy boards employ a variety of strategies and get support to help them make the best decisions possible for their associations. Here’s a partial rundown:     Read the article…………..

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