Condo Board Help Publishes Report on How to Serve on an HOA Condo Board

New report offers condominium boards and homeowners associations (HOAs) advice on effective practices.

Condo Board Help, which has been advising condominium boards and homeowners associations (HOAs) on effective practices for more than 10 years, announced today that is has published a new report, “Life is Too Short to be a Condo Volunteer Unless… You Take These 10 Steps to Enjoy It.” The report offers prospective condo board members insights that will make the experience of serving on the board fulfilling and productive. The company released the report in response to numerous complaints by condo board members that board service was a dull, thankless task and a waste of personal time.

“You buy a condo to have a pleasant place to live and benefit from a real estate investment,” said Lou Lutz, Founder and CEO of Condo Board Help. “You probably weren’t interested in having endless arguments about painting the walls and snaking the drains. But, for many people, that’s what the condo board has become – a stressful gripe session and soul-sapping confrontations with your neighbors. Who wants that? This is the problem we solve. We’ve been helping HOAs achieve results – and interpersonal harmony – for years.”

The report covers such topics as the one mistake that 90% of all HOA board members make that leads to them wasting time. It offers simple strategies to follow to avoid being embarrassed at a homeowners association board meeting. By suggesting the “secret question” of residents, the report provides a path to resolving difficult problems and making hard decisions without excessive stress. It stresses the principle of “Knowledge Is Power” as a way to empower an HOA Board of directors. The report also offers advice on how to avoid getting personally involved in sensitive issues, such as collections and fines.

Lou Lutz CMCA, AMS, PCAM & CPM has been helping condominium board members and other volunteers govern their associations successfully for over 40 years. He has received several awards and is a recent recipient of the Barbara D Wick Special Service Award from the Community Association Institute (CAI) for his role in establishing a curriculum for educating and training board members. A recognized expert of community management he is a frequent speaker and has written several articles on the subject of community associations.

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Name: Lou Lutz
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Organization: Condo Board Help
Phone: 312-497-3894

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