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Welcome to the HOA Management North Dakota directory page. If you’re part of a community association in North Dakota who is looking for new property management, your search is nearly over! Our HOA website contains a list of North Dakota HOA management companies that have proven their professionalism through years of devotion to their residents. If you’re looking for advice or information on the industry, head over to our blog section. The articles on the HOA Management blog cover every possible community association topic and area written by respected industry specialists. Access to our blog and service directory is offered to our website visitors completely free of cost. Our service ensures you find the right HOA management company in North Dakota.
North Dakota is located in the Great Plains of the Midwestern U.S. and is home for just under 700,000 people. Because of it’s natural and vast terrain, many North Dakotans enjoy fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, and skiing in their free time. North Dakota’s population contains a large number of Native Americans. The capital of the Roughrider State is Bismark and the largest city is Fargo. Other notable cities include Grand Forks, Bismarck, and Minot. Agriculture plays a large role in the state’s economy, as do technology and petroleum. The Peace Garden State is also home to the most churches per capita of any U.S. state as well as the highest percentage of church-attending population.
For North Dakota Board of Directors and committee members looking for additional resources and support, we recommend contacting the Community Associations Institute. Their mission is to provide the knowledge, education, networking, and legislative leadership needed to run competent and prosperous community associations. Though North Dakota does have a dedicated CAI chapter, the organization’s Minnesota Chapter services the Midwestern region. You can contact the Minnesota Chapter of CAI by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (651) 290-6274.
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