Aggressive Pursuit of Delinquent Assessments is Critical for the Fiscal Health of Your Association
Associations are non-profit corporations that rely on zero-sum budgets for operational and reserve expenses. In other words, an Association’s annual budget does not account for an income
HUD Rule Changes How HOA’s Address Neighbor Disputes
Historically, Associations have avoided interjecting in neighbor-to-neighbor disputes. Heavy walking, loud parties, surround sound systems, and slamming doors were just a few of the commonly voiced resident complaints, and up until now, the
Budgets and financial statements should be reviewed regularly, and adjusted if necessary.
If your Association’s fiscal year-end aligns with the calendar year, your approved budget along with the legally required disclosures has already been mailed out to the membership. While
From electric vehicle charging stations to solar panels, alternative energy is impacting our communities.
Americans, and Californians specifically, have been embracing clean energy for years. California boasts about 50% of the nation’s solar generating capacity, and recently became the first state
Board Members should embrace their respective Board positions.
Board Members are the elected Directors and Officers of the corporation, responsible for Association governance, overseeing the Association’s operations, and enforcing the Association’s governing documents. Too often, the perception is that these fiduciary
Budget season is here! The reality is, if your fiscal year end coincides with the calendar year, you should begin the budget preparation process by early August. If your fiscal year falls at another time throughout the year, I suggest