Board Member Roles & Responsibilities
President – As the president of the homeowners association, you will preside over all meetings and make sure they run without a hitch. This applies to both annual meetings and board meetings. You will prepare meeting agendas with your fellow board members, making sure to consider requests from community members. Furthermore, you will work with the management company to send notice of the meeting as detailed in the HOA’s governing documents.
Vice President - Many find it difficult to fully understand the role of HOA Vice President. For all intents and purposes, the HOA Vice President’s responsibilities are the same as the President’s. This is because their primary duty is to assume the role of the President when the President is unable to do so themselves.
Secretary - HOA Secretary responsibilities include giving proper notice of all meetings, recording all meeting minutes, and distributing all essential documentation to the other board members. Another key function of the role of Secretary is to review all official documents in an effort to ensure a continually updated record.
Treasurer - The HOA Treasurer responsibilities include keeping other board members informed of the association’s financial status and any discrepancies within the records. They must also comply with all laws and regulations that dictate the proper financial operations of the HOA.
HOA Management Company Responsibilities
Homeowners association management companies essentially act as advisors, not leaders. Our team is there to assist the board during the Annual Meeting but we do not "run" the meetings. The agenda will give the outline of the meeting and the board will need to ensure that the agenda is followed.
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