A crucial component of maintaining the aesthetics and home values of a community is a well-run architectural review board. While most HOAs have a system in place to review and approve architectural requests from association members, very few are fulfilling their duties in a way that’s easy on them and their homeowners.
Homeowners want responses to their requests that are fair, accurate, and prompt. The problem is, many HOAs lack the proper framework to deliver. If you’re serving on your HOA board, these complaints can quickly turn into big problems — sometimes causing upset owners and costly court battles.
Protect yourself and your board today by updating how your architectural review board operates. We’re here to help with some easy-to-follow tips that can streamline your review process, keep owners happy, and reduce community complaints overall.
Keep reading to learn more about how to improve your HOA board’s architectural review process.