Tag Archives: manager

Keeping the Peace

We have all been to one of those meetings – the ones where the association is facing a controversial issue with strong emotions on each side.  The board and manager are usually anxious about how to handle the meeting, the competing arguments, and the emotions in the room.  This can be a difficult role for the person chairing the meeting, especially if that person is (or is perceived to be) on one side or the other. So, what is the board or manager to do?

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Meeting Moment – Using Neutrals

Often some of the most challenging questions a chair must handle during an annual meeting come from members of the “opposition” who don’t believe the board is being fair to them, and who are afraid their rights will be violated by something that happens at a meeting.  When owners take this type of concern to an extreme, they may appear to be conspiracy theorists, convinced that the board and manager are conspiring to deprive them of their rights.  

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Exceeded My Expectations!

I am very pleased with our Property Manager and Community Association Management in general.  Both have met my expectations and in many cases they have exceeded them! D.Ciszewski - Duncans Ridge, Raleigh, NC

 

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Finding the Right Attorney

 

Next to selecting a manager, probably the most important decision an association can make is selecting legal counsel.  The community association field is complex and ever-changing, and boards have a responsibility to find a legal expert with diverse talents and capabilities who will provide the best council for the association.

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