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What is a Homeowners' Association Proxy?
When you can't be there in person, a Homeowners' Association Proxy can let you vote. Maybe there's an issue on the table you really care about: like changes to quiet hours or the introduction of a neighborhood watch - but what if you'll be out of town? What if you have other obligations? As long as you have a proxy you can see to your prior engagements while maintaining your vote. You also want to make sure your proxy is voting how you'd like; after all, they're representing you. Having the agreement in writing can help you avoid issues and help your proxy remember exactly what your stance is on each important issue. Using a Homeowners' Association Proxy can help you participate in meetings even when you can't attend.
When to use a Homeowners' Association Proxy:
- You want to vote at a homeowners' meeting, but can't be there.
- You need to tell your proxy how to vote.
- You'd like to ensure the meeting makes quorum.