As one of the "Best Places to Live 2016," Plano, Texas, is a force to be reckoned with when it comes to attracting people to the city. The perfect balance between business and pleasure, Plano has a thriving economy, a charming downtown area, and beautiful parks. You can catch a concert under the stars in McCall Plaza, check out a local art exhibit at Saigling House, #SwimAcrossTexas, or take in the world's largest hot air balloon festival. No wonder people are considering Plano not just as a great place to visit, but as a great place to live.
You want a neighborhood that's just as charming as your city, that's well-kept, and well-maintained. Maybe that's why you joined the board of your HOA—you want to be involved, and you want to help other Plano residents enjoy life in Plano as much as you do. Of course, you probably learned pretty quickly that being an HOA board member is no walk along the Granite Park Boardwalk. You have to deal with frustrated homeowners, inconsistent vendors, and a lack of financial clarity.