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By the Numbers


Our world is often defined by numbers.  How much of this.  How many of that.  Interestingly enough, there are quite a few numbers associated with Common Interest Developments.  As we come close to closing out 2017, here are some of them from this past year: $85 Billion.  Assessments collected from owners within CIDs.  Assessments are […]

HOA Board Function: Maintain Common Area

Maintain Common Area

Another main function of the board is to maintain common area within an association. Common area may include greenbelts, floral landscape, open space areas, recreational facilities and streets. The funds for maintaining these areas are generated through collection of assessments. The decision on how this maintenance is performed is left up to the board. The […]

HOA Board Function: Enforce Governing Documents


Another important function of the association’s board of directors is to enforce governing documents.  Unfortunately this function is often viewed with disdain by owners against whom enforcement is being sought. Owners on the receiving end of enforcement proceedings often feel that they are being unfairly singled out. When taking action, an association’s board must strive […]

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