Similar to the CEO of a company, the president of a homeowners association (HOA) plays the primary role in decision-making and overseeing the day-to-day administration of the association. Some HOA presidents receive compensation, but most are unpaid volunteers, filling a role that can be rewarding, but often unappreciated.

Being an HOA president requires a great deal of interacting with people—homeowners, the property manager, other board members and the outside community. Patience and flexibility are key qualities for the position. You must make every decision in a fair and just manner, avoiding favoritism and making decisions in self-interest.

Read on to learn about the responsibilities of the President in our article below.

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