“Why Aren’t They Reading My Newsletter?”

It’s the proverbial boil on the neck of every HOA manager since the dawn of time.  The painfully uninformed – yet somehow “know-it-all” homeowner.   How many times have you asked, “didn’t you read the newsletter?” and been met with a blank stare? You’ve included coupons, freebies, and “important announcements.” You’ve delivered them to mailboxes. You’ve hung them on doorknobs. There was that helicopter stunt.    Read the article………


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