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How to Record Actionable Condo Association Meeting Notes

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Every month, your Condo Association holds a monthly meeting.  While at times this meeting may be as exciting as watching paint dry, typically there are important decisions being made.  You might be deciding on finances or maintenance, helping monitor committees, and more.  While you will have official minutes taken, these are often somewhat formulaic and won’t capture the full scope of what is...

Finding your Specialty on a Condo Association Board

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Once you join a Condo Association Board, you’ll have your hands full with a variety of different tasks and activities.  Preserving the big three – finances, safety, and transparency – is the job of all Board members.  The challenges of day-to-day governing are also a core part of how you will spend your time.  But beyond that, you likely joined a Board to make a difference in your...

Fighting Apathy #9: Be a Better Condo Association Owner in Minutes

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One of the biggest mental hurdles for changing your behavior is where to start.  You want to be a better Owner, but it’s hard to break the habit of apathy.  You don’t have to go from an un-involved Owner to the head of the finance committee in one day.  The key is small, incremental time commitments to build the habit of involvement and break the habit of apathy.  I am a big fan of James...

How to Prepare for a Condo Association Board Meeting

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Every month, Board Members around the country – no, around the world – meet to discuss and govern their Condo Associations.  For most outsiders (and insiders), this is not exactly the most exciting thing that happens in a given month.  However, with major budgets at stake, committee reports, and safety and security concerns – these meetings are quite important.  Being an...

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