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The "Board Education for Board Members” event will discuss meetings, reports, laws, and challenges that typically face association board members (illustration courtesy of pngtree.com).

Chicago real estate management company The Building Group (tbg) will be hosting free webinar for association board members on September 1.

The “Board Education for Board Members” event will explore several topics including:

  • how to run a one-hour board meeting;

  • understanding financial reports;

  • updates to the Illinois Condominium Act; and

  • COVID’s impact on your budget and operations.


According to TBG President Jim Stoller, a downtown resident, the seminar has been designed to focus on more than just the tasks that board members typically complete.

“As a volunteer, Board Members provide their time and expertise and are often undervalued and overwhelmed,” he said. “No one board member can know everything about overseeing an association, yet they are asked to make important decisions affecting their community’s physical and financial well-being.”

A leading luxury condominium and cooperative management company that services nearly 60 properties in Chicago, tbg focuses on technology, local accounting, relevant education, licensed professionals, quick response, and ethical practices.

Pre-registration for the free webinar is open until August 27, 2020. In addition to receiving a Zoom link and handouts, participants will be able to submit questions prior to the forum. To register, contact kyle@buildinggroup.com.

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