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Words of Wisdom
By: Nena Groskind
December 2014
The author of this quote is unknown, but its truth is indisputable. We learn from experience. This is one of those trite but true statements that most of us accept at face value. But we decided it was worth exploring more deeply and in more detail. So we asked some industry veterans to tell us what they’ve learned over the years and how those lessons have changed:

Focus on Fees
By: Nena Groskind
November 2014
The board members reviewing proposals from community association management companies usually pose two key questions: What services do you provide and how much do you charge for them? Those aren't the only questions boards ask or should ask, but they will almost always rank high on the list.

The Right to Know - What Info Should Be Shared with Condo Owners?
By: Nena Groskind
October 2014
Show me the money! And the contracts. And the bank ledgers. And the minutes. And the bid specifications. And all the decisions boards have made on architectural changes – for the past 25 years. Condominium owners often request – or demand -- information about association governance and finances, and few would dispute their “right to know” how their community is being run. But the owners’ “right to know” does not encompass every record and every document boards and management companies produce, nor every communication they exchange.

Message from the Chair - Welcome to the 25th Annual Condo Conference and Expo
By: Beth Tramontozzi Sullivan
September 2014
Welcome to the 25th Annual Condo Conference & Expo. With it being our 25th year we decided to really shake things.

Making Meetings Matter
By: Nena Groskind
August 2014
Whether despised as time wasters, endured as necessary evils, or both, there is no question that meetings are important, not only because they are the primary vehicle for conducting association business, but also because for good or ill, they help to define a community.

 
 
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