Sometimes we get so used to doing things the way we’ve always done them; we don’t notice (or know to notice) that something is off. In an HOA context, red flags are often missed because they are legal in nature and hidden in the course of ordinary business. Below are a few random red flagsGo to Resource
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Social distancing necessitated by COVID-19 has caused many community associations to temporarily delay or postpone homeowner meetings and meetings of the association’s Board of Directors. As times begin to return to some semblance of normal, holding virtual meetings using online platforms including Zoom and Webex has gained in popularity. Such technology has allowed associations toGo to Resource
Elina is quoted in this article “What to Do When HOA Meetings at the Board President’s Church Lower Turnout” published by www.HOALeader.com.
Are you holding online board meetings? See our tips for a successful online board meeting.
It is that time of year when many associations are holding budget meetings and annual homeowner meetings. It is important that the integrity of the voting at those meetings be maintained, especially if there will be a vote on a special assessment or some other matter that may be contentious or controversial. If there isGo to Resource