Thinking About Disaster Planning? You Should Be!

Most people think about disasters as something that happens to others, not to them. But after witnessing back-to-back weather catastrophes in Houston, Florida, the Caribbean, and more recently in Puerto Rico, many condominium associations are recognizing that the unthinkable could, in fact, happen to their communities, and considering what they should do to prepare for that possibility.  Disaster planning and disaster recovery are huge topics about which others have written entire books. Since I don’t propose to do that, I’m going to target two issues that should rank among the primary concerns for condo associations (insurance coverage and ongoing operations), before offering some general advice about disaster planning. Spoiler alert: I’m going to suggest that it’s a good idea.     Read the article…………..


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