No HOA letters, also known as affidavits, are not letters to protest the formation of an HOA. Rather, they are a promise from an owner that their property does not currently belong to an HOA.
A treasurer’s report captures an HOA’s expenses and revenue for a certain time period. Reports may be presented monthly, or less frequently.
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An informed renter will have an easier time identifying trustworthy landlords and finding a great place to call home.
Sometimes, the rules aren’t always readily available, which is why we want to help you identify the best ways to find them.
To ensure a fair voting process during an HOA election, it’s important for association members to be aware of their rights and obligations.
A condo or HOA may have stringent requirements regarding short-term rentals. All owners are obligated to follow these rules.
CC&Rs help to ensure all members of a planned community know what they can and cannot do with their property.
This article will cover how a board or property manager can address the issue of delinquent fees in a fair and productive manner.
When there is a community issue that needs to be addressed as soon as possible, HOA petitions are used to organize a special meeting.
When condo and HOA rules lack flexibility and insight, associations may end up starring in real-life horror stories.
Selective enforcement is when a homeowners association enforces a rule against some, but not all homeowners.
If you’re thinking about moving into an HOA, make sure to budget HOA fees or dues into your recurring expenses.
Using digital communication, the board or property manager can reach onsite and offsite owners in a matter of seconds.
Bill 1588 aims to help Texas owners and associations remove some of the constricting or archaic rules that make HOA living less enjoyable.