Elections are only five months away and considering current events around the country, they are bound to be dramatic at the least. It seems now, more than ever, citizens have very strong opinions about political leaders, issues, and ballot measures, all of which we are likely to see during the 2020 elections. What does thisGo to Resource

Are Your Fines Working?

  By: Elina B. Gilbert, Esq. With more people home now than ever before, many associations are struggling with increased complaints and violations pertaining to noise, obnoxious behavior, odors, and the like.  As wonderful as it would be to have all residents comply with their communities’ rules, it is becoming increasingly difficult to achieve suchGo to Resource

Understanding Unit Boundaries

By: Kelly McQueeney Why is it important to know unit boundaries? It impacts, and can determine, both owners’ and the associations’ rights and obligations. For example, maintenance issues commonly arise where it becomes essential to know whether a certain component, like a pipe, balcony, or drain, is considered part of the “unit” in order toGo to Resource
By Amanda K. Ashley Esq. As we continue embracing our lives and living “la vida covid,” we have few economic certainties. Here’s what we do know: collection of assessments in Colorado has slowed but has not stopped, lender foreclosures in Colorado are being significantly delayed, and many of our friends and neighbors are struggling withGo to Resource
By: Kiki Dillie For those of us that were involved with associations in the late 2000s and early 2010s, collections were difficult. The economy was in a recession and people were unemployed or underemployed. Homeowners often owed more on their homes than they were worth and mortgage companies were foreclosing at an alarming rate. CollectionsGo to Resource
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