Earlier today, the Colorado legislature voted in favor of SB21-002, a bill that impacts Associations’ ability to collect unpaid assessments. That bill is headed to Governor Polis and is expected to be signed into law shortly. So what does this mean for you and your Association’s delinquencies? Luckily, it doesn’t change much. At the endGo to Article
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Well, 2020 was definitely a strange year. And, while we may have all become experts at bobbing and weaving through the many unprecedented challenges of 2020, it’s time to dust off (or draft, if you never even got that far) your Pandemic Playbook, and get it ready for 2021. The following article, originally published inGo to Article
Boards are often not focused on delinquencies during the last few months of the year. Annual meetings and budget planning take up a lot of time and so do the holidays when we are all focused on friends and family. On top of that, many boards have been dealing with questions about COVID-19 over theGo to Article
Let’s start the new year by practicing more civility towards one another. Let’s act the way we want our kids to act. When watching little ones playing together in a sandbox, what do you see? Children sharing toys and tools. Communication, both verbal and nonverbal. Kids watching one another and getting new ideas based onGo to Article
The business of collecting outstanding HOA dues is often fraught with roadblocks. Payment promises are routinely broken, checks bounce, debtors are self-employed or frequently change jobs making wage garnishments ineffective, and bank garnishments often yield pennies on the dollar compared to the cost of issuance and service of the writ. If you are a boardGo to Article