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Holding a position in HOA management means a lot of public scrutiny, but you can learn to use both criticism and praise to your advantage.
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With the novel Coronavirus still being at large, HOA management teams everywhere have needed to change how they do things, and this may involve temporarily shutting down beloved amenities that, unfortunately, could foster transmission. As your community adjusts to the board’s new MO, though, you’re still left with the task of maintaining those amenities while they’re closed, which can be almost as big a job as keeping them open if you don’t know what you’re doing.
Your HOA management team can’t do its job without its CC&R’s and its bylaws; Those dictations are how the high standards of living your community is so well known for is maintained. Plus, enforced rules give your community a sense of peace and order that non-HOA communities go without.
Amenities are a mainstay of a happy HOA community. They provide your residents with some much-needed R&R, not to mention spruce up the neighborhood nicely. They also demonstrate that your HOA management board truly cares for and hears the community, boosting its reputation. As the board’s reputation both influences community morale and resident turnover rates, you’d be wise to use amenities to your advantage in this respect.