Regret the decision So, you just started as a new board member in your condominium or homeowners association in Florida? Congratulations! Or, condolences! Your’s is a thankless job, but someone has to do it. Hopefully, your neighbors will recognize that you are investing your time and energy for the benefit of your community, while they may be off fishing, playing golf, watching a movie, or otherwise enjoying themselves.

At Campbell, we understand how challenging your job as a board member can be. It is impossible to make everyone happy, but that does not mean you should not try. One of the main reasons we publish this blog is to help educate all board members, and keep everyone up to date with what is happening in community associations in Florida.

As a new board member, it is especially important that you find resources to help you understand your community issues and your role as a member of the board in addressing those issues. In order to streamline your education, we have pulled together some great information online that will help you understand the what, why, where, when and how of serving on a community board in Florida.

Simply fill out the form below to receive the Board Member Primer for Community Associations in Florida.

This primer includes lists of resources where you can find answers, 11 short articles you should read to understand your role and other tips and advice for new board members.

Good luck and thank you for volunteering!

Your community needs you.

by Dan Tiernan, COO, Campbell Property Management

  1. Joe says:

    Not sure if this is the right place, I have a question on if it’s legel or ethical for a President of my HOA To have her husband working on the property foreven a small amount of compensation? We recently have a new management company and have terminated services of our sprinkler company, and hired a handy man three days a week also purchased a golf cart for the grounds keeper to use, but all I see using the cart is the president and her husband driving around the property, after all these changes when you ask why, I’m told to save money, and then they raised our 1/4ly dues, maybe this is the wrong place, but it feels good to get it off my chest

    • Dan Tiernan, COO, Campbell says:

      It is legal to hire someone that has a relationship with a board member, but it must be disclosed and the person with the relationship should recuse themself from the decision. That being said, in general, I would advise against these kinds of relationships. There is too much of a possibility of owners being suspicious, founded or unfounded – it happens.

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