A pleasant personality and the ability to communicate appropriately to both residents and vendors, as well as a working knowledge of accounting and building systems - these are basic skills that a board would want a good community manager to offer. But beyond these basic qualities, there are other factors to look for in the best community managers. Learn more here.
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