Community associations face complex financial decisions and often face opposition to assessment increases. As insurance premiums skyrocket, mandates force communities to save, and costs generally increase, many homeowners demand that assessments are set as low as possible. Where does that leave community operations, maintenance, and repairs? How can communities ensure that their assessments are right-sized, aligning expenditures with the actual costs of maintaining and operating the property? How can communities convince owners of a budget plan that puts the association on a financially prudent course?
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Eric Churchill serves as the executive vice president at Schernecker Property Services in Needham Heights, Mass. Eric plays a crucial role in working closely with clients and the management team to deliver exceptional value and long-term solutions for condominium communities. Eric firmly believes in a comprehensive and collaborative approach to planning. He understands the importance of working together with board members, property managers, and other professionals on behalf of communities and owners to ensure each community has an accurate, practical, realistic, and actionable plan that meets their specific needs.
Norm Orban is a partner with the law firm of Allcock & Marcus in Braintree, Mass. His sole focus is representing condominiums and homeowners associations in Massachusetts and Maine. He provides associations with general representation and with litigation matters in state and federal courts. He has been an active member of the CAI New England Chapter since 2017 and is presently on CAI New England's Board of Directors.
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