Board Member Roles & Responsibilities
President – The president is the face of the board. They are responsible for organizing and running all board meetings, as well as overseeing contracts, documents, and orders on behalf of the HOA. A presidential candidate should have excellent leadership skills that will help them handle administration, delegate responsibilities, and manage the rest of the board.
Vice President – The vice president should be willing and able to assume the role of the president, if needed. Other responsibilities will vary based on the needs of each association, and may include things like helping manage common spaces and overseeing community events.
Secretary – In addition to taking and distributing the minutes at each board meeting, the HOA secretary is tasked with maintaining association records, filing annual reports, and attesting to legal documents signed by the president.
Treasurer – Managing association finances is vital to the success of the HOA. The treasurer acts as the custodian of association funds and handles all financial statements and reports. They also play a significant role in establishing, recording, and executing the annual budget.
HOA Management Company Responsibilities
Homeowners association management companies essentially act as advisors, not leaders. Our team is there to assist the board during the board meetings but we do not run the meetings. The agenda items and information needed will have to come from the board directly.
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