This new bill will impact over 1.5 million condo units in Florida. Most of the provisions of the law will take effect at the end of 2024.
E-voting has been legal for associations in Florida for a long time. However some developments may be reluctant to try it due to the rules.
The goal of this new legislation is to balance the needs and values of residential communities with those of individual owners.
Owners won’t be happy about receiving fines, but if they are issued fairly and systematically, they won’t be surprised, either.
Association rules should enhance or improve the community’s safety, value or well-being. They shouldn’t encroach on residents’ personal lives.
Arizona HOAs are encouraged to embrace the opportunity to give owners the option to switch from natural to synthetic grass.
The purpose of a pet policy is to balance the wants and needs of pet families with the wants and needs of non-pet residents.
A policy clearly outlines why and how security cameras are used for your HOA. The more detailed the policy is, the better.
Some apartment rules come from the state or county, while others are created by the landlord or building management company.
This article will look at two important changes that could have an impact on New Jersey condominium associations.
A good violation letter will help educate the recipient without aggravating them. Read this article and learn how to write one.
Concierge can help to enforce some condo rules, but that’s not their primary job. It’s ultimately up to the condo board to enforce the rules.
Parking is a common condo issue. In this article, we’ll explore a few solutions to help you end parking wars.
If your condo is considering cameras, we encourage you to read this article and learn more about the pros and cons of security cameras.
Associations are obligated to help members resolve issues. However, they can’t mediate every time two neighbors get into an argument.