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Plan, Don’t React: 5 Things Every Board Member Must Consider for Long-Term Planning

Long-term planning is one of the primary duties an individual undertakes when seated on the board of directors for a community association. There is a constant balance that must be found between a desire to keep assessment levels steady (and low) and ensuring that the items which the association is responsible for repairing, replacing and maintaining are properly handled in the short and long-term.

Communications: When the board has different priorities

The successful and effective administration of a community often depends on several players, each bringing a unique, and necessary, factor to the equation. This composition includes the diverse background of the community association board members, and potentially other resources, The successful and effective administration of a community often depends on several players, each bringing a unique, and necessary, factor to the equation. This composition includes the diverse background of the community association board members, and potentially other resources,

Stephen M. Guerra to speak at the Real Property Law Academy

Stephen M. Guerra to speak at the Real Property Law Academy

Steve Guerra has been chosen as the featured presenter on the topic of Condominiums for the Real Property Law Academy, a Program Sponsored by the Real Property Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan. The Academy is a four-day virtual program being held Tuesday, May...