There’s no place like home
Homebuyers purchasing a condominium, townhome, or single-family home in a planned development are sometimes required to join a homeowners association (HOA). HOAs can help residential communities maintain property values, foster connections between residents, and offer amenities like neighborhood pools or recreation areas. HOA boards are entrusted with the power to enforce association rules, and it’s their responsibility to handle challenges to shared community living as they arise. In doing so, HOAs can face a variety of problems – from financial issues to member feuds to lawsuits.
At HOAs from A to Z, you’ll become familiar with the fundamentals of HOAs and receive practical guidance on HOA board responsibilities and officer fiduciary duties, as well as:
- Key documents governing HOAs
- Abiding by insurance requirements
- HOA elections and meetings
- Collection policies and enforcement mechanisms
Get a complete picture of the statutory landscape surrounding HOAs, better understand HOA governance, and learn how to avoid costly HOA mistakes with help from HOAs from A to Z.