The Good Bad & Ugly of the Community Association Website

It’s true… the HOA industry has a problem — a bad, ugly, terrible, problem! — It’s not HOA boards run amok, or homeowner apathy. Nope… We have a community association website problem. Nearly every day I talk to HOA board members and managers about their community website. The conversation usually goes something like this. “We just want a website that doesn’t look like it came out of the 90’s!”  So why is it, the average community association website is so ugly, outdated, cluttered, and difficult to navigate? Here’s the good, the bad, and the ugly of community association websites.    Read the article…………..


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