As a community association manager you may start to see selling owners requesting additional documents as part of their upcoming closing on their unit. This is because the Colorado Real Estate Commission approved a new Contract to Buy and Sell Real Estate (Residential) effective January 1, 2019 (“Buy Sell Contract”). The new Buy Sell ContractGo to Article
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The internet recently has been ablaze with people talking about Marie Kondo and her Netflix show on tidying up. The show revolves around Marie helping people declutter their homes and keep only the things that “spark joy”. And while we wish that homeowner associations could toss out documents as easily as Marie tosses out itemsGo to Article
With the fate of manager licensing still in the air, many CAMs are waiting for a definitive answer before rushing out to get their continuing education credits. If you happen to be one of those managers, you may want to rethink your strategy. Currently, CAMs are required to get eight continuing education credits between JulyGo to Article
Currently, C.R.S. §38-33.3-106.5(i) of the Colorado Common Interest Ownership Act prevents community associations from prohibiting the use of xeriscaping on an owner’s property. While an association can still adopt design or aesthetic guidelines that regulate the type, number, and placement of drought-tolerant plantings and hardscapes, it cannot absolutely ban the use of xeriscaping on theGo to Article
Right around this time of year, I start receiving calls and emails from board members and community association managers confused about what information needs to be disclosed to the owners. I’m not talking about information that needs to be disclosed in response to an owner’s request; I mean information that the association has the affirmativeGo to Article