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What Training Do You Need to Be on a Condo Board?

Are you wondering if you’d be a good fit to serve on your condominium board? Condo boards are typically made up of residents from the condo community who volunteer to serve on the board – it’s a job that takes a lot of time and energy, but if this sounds like something you’re interested in, keep reading.

What to Consider Before Deciding to be on a Condo Board

The most important thing to know about being on a condo board is that you are responsible for the overall governance of the condominium corporation. This includes financial management, maintenance of the property, and ensuring the safety and well-being of the residents. 

As a board member, you will need to be familiar with the condo corporation’s bylaws and rules, and you will need to work closely with the property manager to ensure that the property is well-maintained and running smoothly.

Some things to note about condo boards: 

Condo boards typically have monthly or quarterly meetings. Board members are responsible for the overall management of the condominium property and common areas. Responsibilities  include approving budgets, setting condominium rules, and hiring staff. Board members are typically elected by the condominium owners.

What Training Do You Need to be on a Condo Board?

There is no formal training required to serve on a condominium board, but members should be familiar with the relevant laws and regulations, as well as the association’s governing documents. Additionally, board members should have the time and ability to attend meetings and perform their duties.

How to Become a Board Member

While the process for becoming a condo board member will vary depending on the condo association’s bylaws and the preferences of its existing members, some tips on becoming a condo board member include volunteering for committees, attending meetings regularly, and simply being an active and engaged member of the community.

If you have questions about condominium boards and what it’s like to serve on one, we’re here to help. Don’t hesitate to give us a call to learn more.

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