As the saying goes, “you cannot please 100% of the people 100% of the time”. This cannot be truer when it comes to common interest community living. In a perfect world, homeowners would elect the board and allow it to govern in accordance with the law and the community’s governing documents. In the realGo to Resource

Landscape Contracts

As spring is officially here, many associations are obtaining proposals from contractors for seasonal lawn care and other maintenance services. This article is intended to highlight certain contract terms and issues that boards should consider before signing a landscaping service contract. For more information on general contract terms we recommend for effective vendor contracts clickGo to Resource
    Although a large number of communities suffer from “our governing documents suck syndrome” many boards still refuse to move forward with amending or rewriting their communities’ governing documents.   The refusal is most often based on fear, but fear of what?   Fear of the process?  Fear of the unknown?  Fear of owners?   It hasGo to Resource