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How Do We Change the Attitude of Homeowner Apathy in an HOA?

Community Living, Board Education, HOA Communication

Homeowner apathy is a question we are asked by numerous Boards, and we can all agree, it is a universal problem. Board members should remember that the majority of people do inherently care about their association so they should not feel discouraged. Homeowners simply need certain pushes or opportunities to be placed in front of them as well as the right leaders to cultivate them. Apathy is an issue that we must, at least once, give a hard try to overcome, otherwise, all things will fall on the shoulders of the Board, and that is a recipe for burnout. This post will discuss how board members can give a valiant effort to lead their communities through the stagnant fog of apathy with the following steps:

By Sandra Vela Mora on Dec 19, 2017 8:00:00 AM
   
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