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Beyond the Board Meeting

For most, the work-life balancing act leaves little time to build community. Top that off with a ‘reality-based’ pop culture that is obsessed with outrageous behavior (Real Housewives, etc.) and you get an environment that actually makes building community more … Continue reading

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HOA Board Member Responsibilities

If you’re new to your HOA board, you probably have some questions about the roles of the individual officers. Please keep in mind that the specific responsibilities of each board member are subject to change from association to association. However, … Continue reading

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The HOA Election is Over, So What’s Next?

The ballots have been counted and the new board has been chosen.  Immediately following the board member acceptance of their new Board of Directors positions, it’s time for business. Immediate Decisions The first step is immediate – the community manager … Continue reading

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Board Member Education

If you are a new member of your community association board of directors, you are in for an educational experience.  Among the many subjects that you will deal with are architectural review, contracting, communication, meeting conduct, insurance, financial reports and … Continue reading

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How to Overcome a Stagnant Board of Directors in Your HOA

A stagnant board of directors slows down the business initiatives of an Association and may cause the Community to lag behind comparable neighborhoods. Overcoming stagnation at an HOA requires establishing more open lines of communication with board members and seeking … Continue reading

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