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Can You Force a Board Member Out?

Can You Force a Board Member Out?

Running a strong board for an HOA, condo association or other community association can be tough work. There are so many logistics, safety concerns and opinions to consider. You have to manage the budget, keep the peace between neighbors, consider long-term projects,...

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What If a Board Member Wants to Resign?

What If a Board Member Wants to Resign?

So, you have a board member who wants or needs to resign? Depending on the situation there could be lots of emotions (or even accusations) flying around. The board member could have resigned for completely understandable personal reasons or there could have been major...

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Properly Planning for a New Year

Properly Planning for a New Year

After a year like 2020, we might feel lucky just to still have a roof over heads and a community to live in. There’s nothing like a pandemic, social justice movements, natural disasters and an election to put things in perspective. But for HOAs and condo associations,...

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If the Home Price Is Too Good to Be True, it Probably Is

If the Home Price Is Too Good to Be True, it Probably Is

For most of us, a home can be our biggest financial and life decision. We want to find the perfect home at the perfect price. But when we find a home at a price that seems unbelievable, there’s usually a reason why – and it’s usually not a good reason. If you are...

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The Impact of COVID-19 on 55+ Community Associations

While HOAs, condo associations and community associations have been fighting their battles with COVID-19, 55+ community associations have special risks and challenges. Since the risk for infection increases with age and underlying health conditions, 55+ communities...

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Voting by Proxy as a Board Member: Can You Do It?

Voting by Proxy as a Board Member: Can You Do It?

You’re a board member and you can’t be at a meeting for a big vote. No big deal, you can vote in advance or send your written vote along with another BOD member, right? Wrong. This one is crystal clear. Board members cannot vote by proxy. Proxy is defined by Black’s...

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Board of Director Emergency Powers in a Pandemic

Board of Director Emergency Powers in a Pandemic

With the federal government enacting strict social distancing policies and cancelling all gatherings and most cities shutting down bars and restaurants, you might be wondering what the Board of Directors (BOD) can do in this pandemic. The board is granted emergency...

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