Ways to raise funds for big-ticket association projects

Sooner or later, every community association will face an expensive remediation project. Roofs eventually leak, and boilers conk out. Sidewalks, parking lots and tennis courts require periodic resurfacing. Hallway carpeting wears and tears.  When your association’s time comes, how are you going to pay for it?    Read the article………….


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