Changing HOA property management company

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We are a 35 year old property.  45 acres with 169 town home units.  We have been with the same management company for 10plus years.  We are investigating changing companies.  Anyone have experience with a changeover.  Our membership is not terribly active.  Our current property manager is approaching retirement and we feel it may be time for a change.   

Definitely a good idea. Interview some possible replacements, then set the item on next agenda, read your bylaws for the notice procedure, vote, and sign the new contract.

Read through your current contract to see what kind of notice you need, or what cost there is if you want to switch and pay them through the notice period. Also consider if you really need an on site property manager, or if you can go remote only and only have vendors on site, and use a volunteer homeowner to post notices

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