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Condo/HOA conflict: What causes it and how to minimize it

Kim Brown
Publication date:
April 24, 2023
Article Summary: 

The article discusses the common causes of conflicts between condo boards and homeowners' associations (HOAs) and provides suggestions on how to minimize them. The causes of conflicts include communication breakdowns, power struggles, disagreements over finances and maintenance, and personal conflicts. The article suggests that regular communication and transparency can help prevent conflicts, as well as setting clear guidelines and expectations for both the board and homeowners. It also recommends utilizing third-party mediators or arbitrators if conflicts arise that cannot be resolved internally. Overall, the article emphasizes the importance of proactive communication and conflict resolution strategies in minimizing conflicts between condo boards and homeowners' associations.


condo, HOA, conflict, communication, transparency, mediation, arbitration, conflict resolution.

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Kim Brown
Condo/HOA conflict: What causes it and how to minimize it
April 24, 2023
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