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What do you think your community assocation should do when residents neglect to pay their assessments?


WHY COMMUNITY ASSOCIATIONS WORK


The number of community associations in the United States has increased from just 10,000 in 1970 to more than 328,000 today. That’s little surprise given the numerous factors that drive the continued growth of association-governed communities. By their nature, community associations bring people together, strengthen neighborhood bonds and promote a sense of community and belonging—attributes that are often overlooked in a highly transient society. A large percentage of the more than 65 million Americans who make their homes in associations take advantage of association-sponsored activities like holiday events, social clubs, athletic and fitness activities, pool parties and more. These activities help residents get to know their neighbors, forge new and supportive friendships,Resu and build a stronger sense of community. It should be no surprise that 90% of residents are satisfied with their association living.


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