From time to time associations are forced to make a difficult decision of whether to evict a resident from a residence in the community. There are three typical situations where an association may feel the need to evict a resident. The first situation occurs after an association has initiated and completed a judicial foreclosure andGo to Resource

HOA Liens For Sale

The list below will provide you access to a list of association assessment liens belonging to our clients on properties that are currently in public trustee foreclosure. The list, in PDF format is searchable by foreclosure sale date, county, public trustee sale number or property address. We have liens in Cripple Creek that may beGo to Resource
  With annual meeting season upon us, along with the restrictions and complications attributable to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the need for associations to continue to conduct business, it is a fair assumption that many boards, managers, and homeowner are trying to figure out ways to take action without being physically present at a meeting. Go to Resource
An association’s maintenance and insurance obligations are typically set forth in its governing documents, and ideally should be contained in the declaration of covenants, conditions, and restrictions.  Although one might expect that a board member, manager, or homeowner would be able to read their communities’ governing documents and find answers to questions concerning their maintenanceGo to Resource
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