You didn’t make the decision to run for your community association board lightly. And now that you’re in that role, you know that the task at hand is quite the undertaking. From creating and enforcing rules and preparing budgets to organizing community events and ensuring compliance with applicable laws, your list of responsibilities is extensive.
Remember that you took on the role because you felt you could make a positive impact on your community. Your residents – and neighbors – elected you because they thought so too! Follow the tips in our helpful infographic, and those outlined in the articles below, and you’ll be well on your way to being successful in your role.
BOARD EDUCATION ARTICLES
- You Need These Leaders on Your Association Board
- Ensuring the Right Dynamics for Your Community Association Board Meetings
- Common Board Member Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
- Eight Skills that Community Association Board Presidents Should Master
- Five Qualities of an HOA Treasurer
- Essential Roles of the HOA Board Secretary
- How to Establish Board Member Succession in Your Community
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