WAKE UP! WE ARE STARTING FROM A “LEASING IS BAD!” PREMISE ABSENT ANY EMPERICAL UNDERPINNING!
“What can the Stacks do to draw renters to participate more effectively and constructively in our community?
The inference: renters are unconstructive, non-effective participants.
And then there is this:
“What can the HOA do to help leasing owners be protective of the community investment”
The inference: leasing owners care a damn about the community investment.
What about an approach that is less biased, less bloated with supposition, and less antagonistic? What about posing the following questions:
“Is there any empirical evidence that renters participate less effectively, less constructively in the community than owners? Is there evidence to the contrary, i.e. renters actually being more involved? If there does exist a measurable gap, does it actually constitute a problem? If so, what would be effective means to approach the former?
Inasmuch as renters are concerned, what about trying this approach:
Leasing-owners derive a profit from their investment. Accordingly, it would seem that their interest in protecting their investment is equal, if not greater than the interest in the subject matter displayed by non-leasing owners. Is there any evidence to the contrary?