Techniques for Assessing Condo Association Owner Opinions

As a Condo Association Board, you are elected to represent the views and interests of the Owners of your Association, while also upholding your fiduciary duty. Your Association’s hot topics may be much less dramatic than those in current politics, you still will face issues where there is no “right” answer – simply different options with different pros and cons. While you can, as a Board, choose to make these decisions unilaterally, another option is to gather Condo Association Owner opinions. This takes time and effort, it can be a valuable, proactive way to to engage with your community. It also can prevent a hostile mob from forming inadvertently.       Read the article………………


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