The Thankless Job of an HOA Board Member

As hated as they are by some, homeowners associations—or HOAs as they’re known—actually do serve a purpose. They allow neighborhoods to have amenities such as small parks and common landscaping that they often wouldn’t have if those communities relied on the local government.  However, HOAs in Las Vegas face a serious problem: Few people are interested in dealing with the aggravation that comes along with serving on their HOA board.     Read the article……..


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