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Your Condo or HOA is Over-Budget. Now What?

Your Condo or HOA is Over-Budget. Now What?

First, do not panic. Having a discrepancy between the estimated expenses and the actual expenditures is not an unusual situation for an association board to find itself in. This can be caused by a lack of planning – something to be addressed at the next annual meeting...

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Can an HOA or Condo Board Take Action Without Meeting?

Can an HOA or Condo Board Take Action Without Meeting?

Florida statutes do not prevent association boards from taking action without a formal meeting. However, that doesn’t mean your association has the ability to do so under its own bylaws.  Why would a board want to act without meeting? Making arrangements for a special...

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Running for The Board in Your HOA: What You Need to Know

Running for The Board in Your HOA: What You Need to Know

Congratulations! You’ve decided to run for the board in your association. It’s an important role with important responsibilities! Now what? It can be daunting, but don’t be discouraged. I’ll help you wade through the details. Let’s Get Started The first step...

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Who Can Run for a Condo Board in Florida?

Who Can Run for a Condo Board in Florida?

In Florida, condo boards are led by a board of directors who is elected by the unit owners. The board of directors is responsible for the governance of the association and for ensuring that the association’s property is well-maintained.  Responsibilities of the...

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What is a Special Assessment in Florida?

What is a Special Assessment in Florida?

A special assessment is a charge imposed by an HOA on its members for a specific purpose, such as capital improvements or repairs and maintenance. Special assessments are typically levied in addition to the regular monthly or annual assessment. Special assessments are...

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Major Rehabs and Special Assessments with Your Association

Major Rehabs and Special Assessments with Your Association

Anytime maintenance is deferred, it improves a Condo Association’s cash flow in the immediate term. There are times when this is extremely valuable and necessary, but it does not eliminate the required maintenance from happening sometime in the near future. Often,...

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