From time to time, homeowners associations and condominiums suffer physical assault, whether from weather or other natural phenomena. The more attention that is given in advance, the more likely it is that damage may be averted and recovery will proceed smoothly. Valerie Hoover excerpts from an article in the Florida Community Association Journal: Mold Though...
Condo and homeowner’s association directors are invited to free Board of Directors training at Sentry Management’s office at 6330 Techster Boulevard, Suite 1, Fort Myers 33966. The session will be held on Friday March 25, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM, registration starts at 8:30 AM. A continental breakfast will be served. Attendees receive...
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