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If you lead an association, you really need to read this

Bruce Weinstein •
Forbes
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Getty Royalty Free If you’re an association leader, this column is for you. I’ve been interviewing successful association leaders from a wide range of disciplines. I asked each person, “What is one piece of advice you’d give to someone just starting out?” There was little overlap in what each leader said, and their suggestions apply

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Successful association leaders do these six things

Bruce Weinstein •
Forbes
Modern residential buildings, new apartment houses with green outdoor facilities in the city

Getty Royalty Free The most successful leaders are men and women of high character. That’s because their honesty, accountability, courage and fairness create tremendous loyalty in the people they lead. High-character leadership also promotes productivity. You want to work hard for someone who treats you with respect and pays you fairly. News about leaders, however, usually

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Five tips to follow for successful commercial property

SmallBizViewpoints •
Small Biz Viewpoints
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Today, more and more investors are steering away from residential real estate in favor of the more lucrative commercial sector. Unlike residential properties, commercial real estate offers longer lease terms, fewer ongoing expenses, and a significant return on investment. As long as you do your research and understand the risks involved, commercial property can make

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Community associations continue nationwide growth

Financial Services Monitor Worldwide
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(GlobeNewswire) – According to a report published by the Foundation for Community Association Research (FCAR), 21 percent of the U.S. population resided in a community association in 2016. (e.g. homeowners associations, condominium communities, and housing cooperatives). The research is produced by the Foundation in conjunction with Community Associations Institute (CAI), the leading international authority in

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