Homeowners, Board Members and Community Managers will benefit from this seminar by learning how easy and effective it is to be an good board member
Houston, TX (PRWEB) February 22, 2011
RealManage announced today that Christi Keller, PCAM®, and Division President of the company's On-site division, will be co-hosting a seminar, sponsored by the Greater Houston Neighborhood Association, along with Neil McLaurin of Bartley and Spears Law Firm. This series of courses will provide the type of training and updated information to make the service to one's community more enjoyable, productive and increase the results towards a more productive and effectively run association.
On February 23rd from 7:00-9:00pm at the Sand Trap Grill in Houston, Christi and Neil will be teaching board members how to work with professional consultants, contractors as well as their residents and find out what other questions to ask and what to look for when searching for a contractor. The first installment of the Always Better Courses of Action series is a concise summary of what a board member needs to know to protect the interests of the association and improve results.
Topics will include:
What a newly elected board member should know.
What a inactive board member can do to get back up to speed.
What a board member's fiduciary responsibilities are.
What to do to assure your incorporation and governing documents are up to date.
"Homeowners, Board Members and Community Managers will benefit from this seminar by learning how easy and effective it is to be an good board member," states Steve Jordan, President, Branch Operations. "Christi's experience in community association management over the last 34 years gives RealManage the experience necessary to continue our efforts to educate board members so they can be an advocate for their community."
"I have always been a strong proponent of continuing education for board members," states Christi. "Regardless of one's experience level in their volunteer service to their community, it is important to stay current on association laws and regulations, new and improved methods of rules development and enforcement, better ways to build community cooperation and involvement. This series of courses is a great way to get the type of training and updated information to make the service to one's community more enjoyable, productive and to increase the results towards a more effectively run association."
RealManage is a property management company that specializes in HOA management and condominium management and manages hundreds of community associations in Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, Louisiana, Nevada and Texas, including homeowner associations (HOAs), condominium associations, cooperatives, municipal utility districts, luxury high-rises and large master-planned communities. For more information or to request a quote for HOA management or condominium management, visit RealManage.com or call us toll-free at (866) 403-1588. You may also follow us on Facebook and Twitter.
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