I am the board president of a mid size Manhattan building with approximately 90 units and I think I am burned out.
I have been frustrated at every turn with the inability to get anything done and I am putting in a significant amount of time and energy into this endeavor.
Our management company has been replaced but appears no better than the last one. Is this a major problem in the industry?
Our shareholders are apathetic and only want their specific issues resolved. They don't care to see the entire picture. Is this common as well?
Our board is serious about attempting to tackle issues but perhaps we are going about it the wrong way.
Any advice here. I really want to pack it in and give up, but I can't as their appears to be noone interested in picking up the baton if I wanted to pass it on. And I am not going to be selling anytime soon.
Any similar stories and/or advice how to cope.
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