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Association Residents Overwhelmingly Satisfied

According to a recent survey conducted by Public Opinion Strategies for the Foundation for Community Association Research, almost two thirds of community association residents rate their association experience as positive.  Significantly, 90 percent of residents said association board members serve the best interests of their communities,  83 percent say their community managers provide value and support to residents and their associations, and 70 percent of residents say their association rules protect and enhance property values.

Community associations continue to be the preferred method of residential development across the United States and Ohio, and this study confirms that the volunteer board members and the professional property managers who administer community associations continue to provide value and effective leadership to our neighborhoods.  Kaman & Cusimano applauds and is honored to exclusively work with these dedicated people for the invaluable services they provide to Ohio’s communities.

To read more about this study from the Community Association Institute, please click here.


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