Community Survey is a Useful Tool

Resident Surveys

A community survey can provide boards and managers lots of valuable information if designed and distributed well.  Decide what information you’re looking for, who you want it from – owners or residents- and how you’ll use it.

Design: Survey questions shouldn’t be too long or complex, and answering should be easy. Questions should emphasize long-range objectives.

True/false, multiple choice, and rankings are the most common types of survey questions and each should include a space for comments.

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