It’s OK to Raise Fees: Strategic Increases in HOA Dues Can Help Owners, Not Hurt Them

It’s never fun. But creating and managing the budget for your HOA is a responsibility that all boards have to contend with. And setting association dues is part of the deal—sometimes the part that makes you feel unpopular among homeowners. What HOA boards need to keep in mind and convey to their homeowners is that raising fees is not always harmful. On the contrary, it can actually help the community. Here’s a quick look at how to do it as painlessly as possible and why it can be a positive move.    Read the article…………


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