Set Procedure for Making HOA Rule Exceptions
Every planned community has homeowners association rules, tailored specifically to the nature of the community, its members, and its board of directors. For example, an age-restricted community will have different rules than a condo building. It's important that, as the community manager, you strike a balance between making sure that the agreed-upon rules designed to keep the community operating successfully and its members happy are appropriately, but not overzealously, enforced.
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