Turn the Tables: How to Interview the Board of a Condo, Co-op, or HOA

If you’re buying a condo, co-op, or a house in a homeowners association (HOA), you will probably have to submit to an interview by its board before the deal is done. And sure, it may seem awfully intimidating to sit there and be scrutinized by the “in” crowd in a community you hope desperately to join. You wonder: Will they like you? Do you have what it takes to fit in?  Yes, friends, you’re back in high school again.      Read the article………….

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