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How Do I Become a Member of My HOA Board?

Serving on your HOA's board is one of the best things you can do to encourage the growth of your community in a positive direction. Board members are responsible for planning for the future and maintaining the rules and regulations of the community. 

HOA boards typically have between three and seven seats, sometimes with a president or community organizer leading the group. Because of this, it can sometimes be difficult to join your HOA board and you may even have to campaign for a spot in a community-wide election. 

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How to Become a Board Member of Your Community Association

Everybody wants to make their community a better place to live. One of the most effective things you can do to improve your community is to serve on the board of your community association.

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What are the Responsibilities of Different HOA Board Officers?

HOAs are essential for maintaining the standards of excellence created by your community. From public utilities to enforcing community rules, HOAs make sure your neighborhood is a place of order and harmony.

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A Homeowner's Guide to HOAs

Welcome to the Club   Homeowners’ Associations (or HOAs) get a bad rap. Often depicted in TV and other media as a conniving collective of neighborhood control freaks, the reality of what an HOA does and how it

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Welcome to the Board!

New board members usually get thrown into the deep end of business with minimal training and are having to learn quick to get caught up with everything going on and in progress and get a feel for how the community is

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