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10 Reasons to Serve on an  HOA Board or a Committee

As a homeowner, you have a big stake in the safety and cleanliness of your neighborhood. Perhaps you own a home or condo that’s part of a community and that shares common amenities, such as a clubhouse, pool, sidewalks, utilities and more. How can you ensure that your community will be properly maintained and cared for? The best way is to volunteer with your homeowner’s association. HOA Committee positions are unpaid, however, the satisfaction of knowing your community is being well taken care of often outweighs any monetary compensation.  We’ve come up with a list of top 10 Reasons to Serve on an HOA Board or Committee.  Perhaps this list will compel you to get involved with your association!


1. Protect Your Property

One of the top priorities of every homeowner is to protect the value of his or her home.  Being involved with an HOA will put you in a better position to make and implement rules in your community. Some of these regulations will directly affect property value, especially if they require decisions about the association’s budget or routine maintenance.

2. Correct Problems

Are you noticing problems in your community?  You can take charge now by getting involved. 

3. Meet More of your Expectations

Did you have certain expectations when you bought your home in the community? By serving on an HOA board
or committee, you can work toward achieving your expectations (and those of your neighbors) by working with
your neighbors.

4. Gain Better Understanding of the Laws

Volunteering as a board or committee member will help you become well-versed in laws and regulations related to community associations and maintenance. It will also give you a good grasp of finances and budgeting.

5. Have Fun Experiences

Taking on some of your association’s tasks does not have to be a boring. It can be fun, especially when you get to socialize, work with your neighbors and come up with creative ideas on how to make your community run better.  Serving on an HOA board or committee may include planning events for your community and socializing and making friends with others living in your neighborhood.

6. Learn Life Lessons

As an HOA board or committee member, you learn valuable life lessons about working as a team. You learn to share your interests and responsibilities with others, and at the same time, you understand the importance of valuing others’ opinions before making decisions.

7. Help Build a Resume

Did you know volunteering with a homeowner’s association can help build your resume and perhaps help advance your career? Any kind of community volunteer service is favorable in the eyes of future employers.

8. Learn Leadership Skills

Serving on an HOA can teach you more than what you imagine. It gives you a chance to hone,  leadership skills, take charge of issues and work with others to fix them. Your organizational skills are sure to take a leap too when you organize events and get-togethers in your community.

9. Give Back to the Community

One way to give back to your neighbors and community is to serve on your association’s board or committee, which allows the opportunity to make good decisions that will have a positive impact on everyone.

10. Meet Neighbors

An HOA meeting is the best place to meet your neighbors and to know more about them. It gives you a chance to socialize and make friends with others living in your neighborhood.

Adapted from an article by: Ivey Engineering

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