Surveys: A Guide for Community Associations

Boards need to be in touch with residents. They need a sense of association members’ opinions and priorities when making decisions for the entire community. Surveys are an excellent way to obtain feedback on specific subjects and sample general attitudes of community residents. Boards that seek out and seriously consider resident’s opinions will likely foster a stronger sense of community, reduce violations and resident complaints, and generally find that residents support their efforts.     Read the article………..


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