By Sharon Glenn Pratt, Esq. | January 2021 Expensive problems can […]
The recent hurricanes in Texas and Florida have many of us thinking about what we would do in a catastrophe. For association boards, insurance is the front line of disaster […]
Smoking, noisy floors, rambunxious children, and barking dogs are often the subject of HOA nuisance complaints. When do these issues qualify as a nuisance and when is the board obligated […]
12 tips for evaluating your current HOA management company or for finding a new one.
If your association permits short-term rentals (e.g. Airbnb), clear guidelines will help your owners and protect the HOA.
For decades, HOA Boards have communicated news and events to their members using a method developed by Johannes Gutenberg in 1439 – the hardcopy newsletter. Often delivered monthly to the […]
What differentiates a great board from just a good board? Great boards develop, maintain and value their credibility and their integrity. And they continually display, individually and as a group, […]