When on an Association Board, Education Is a Must

Running a community association can be a rewarding but difficult task — a minefield for even the most savvy, seasoned and well-intentioned arbiter. Federal, state and local laws are changed, passed, or modified; buildings age; interest rates are as solid as a two-celebrity marriage; budgets, insurance companies and community elections present their own challenges.   Read the article………….


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