What boards can do to avoid special assessments

Possibly the most dreaded correspondence an owner in a community association can receive is notice of an upcoming special assessment. That’s an amount of money to be paid on top of the regular monthly assessments, and it’s usually big. As in hundreds if not thousands of dollars.    Read the article………….


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