The Foundation for Community Association Research recently published a survey that explores community association resident satisfaction. The survey, conducted by Public Opinion Strategies, in March and April of 2014 showed that almost two-thirds community association residents rated their association experience as positive. 26 percent were neutral, and only 10 percent expressed some level of dissatisfaction.
The homeowner survey also inquired about board member and community manager service, disagreement issues, assessments and more. See what Tom A. Skiba, CAE, chief executive officer of the Foundation for Community Association Research, had to say about the survey here. You can also download the free, compiled results here.
The Foundation for Community Association Research provides authoritative research and analysis on community association trends, issues and operations. Its mission is to inspire successful and sustainable communities. Visit www.cairf.org.