Understanding Finances: Reading Between the Line Items

For a crystal-clear picture of how an association is doing, there are few better lenses than the community’s budgets and financial reports. From an investment perspective, they show the shareholders, managers, tenants, owners, and board whether the property is solvent or not. If the numbers add up and the monies coming in and out balance, you can safely assume everyone is doing their job, and upholding their financial duty to the community.  Read More……


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