April 2015 Monthly Memo
Every year, the community association industry is rocked by the failure of a major service provider. Fortunately, not all communities get hit by such failures, but, when it happens, the board is often left with the difficult task of picking up the pieces. No business failures are identical; so, the issues that occur in the aftermath of a failed business will always be different. However, this memo will briefly outline how a board can respond to a contractor that files for bankruptcy relief. [click here to read more]
April 2015 Invitational Luncheon/Webinar
When Your Contractor Shuts Its Doors
When you call or e-mail Ms. Keener, please include the number and names of people attending, and the name of the association or company. Please limit the number of representatives from a single association or management company to 2 individuals. We will try to accommodate everyone; however, we need to allocate space in a fair manner so that all who wish to can attend. Attendance is limited to the first 25 individuals who register. Lunch will be provided to all attendees.
This Luncheon is a complimentary service for our clients and fellow community association professionals.
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