You have just passed the test to become a licensed community association manager. Congratulations! Now what? Where would you like to begin your journey? Have you considered what area of community management you would prefer? Would you like to manage vertical homes (high-rise condominiums) or horizontal homes (typically homeowner associations)? How about all age or aactive-adulta communities? Are you interested in large or small communities? Are your prepared to manage staff, coordinate projects, assists in the preparation of community budgets? I know; it is a lot to think about right? You can do it! Dive in for an idea of what you may experience as a practicing community association manager. I promise you it will not be boring!For Community Association Managers, Property Managers and Property Owners Tanoa Lynne Poirier. exits clearly marked? ... Create a master policies and procedures manual for the office staff and the Board of Directors. If you have a currentanbsp;...
|Author||:||Tanoa Lynne Poirier|
|Publisher||:||AuthorHouse - 2015-06-04|