When board members find themselves faced with a conflict of interest, it can derail an entire association – that’s why it’s so important for board members to nip these types of problems in the bud before trouble begins.
While your home may be you castle, you likely share that privilege, at least in part, with a variety of other interested parties, from access, to rules and regulations, restrictions and outright prohibitions. In addition to local, county or parish, state and federal laws, there are also zoning laws that place limitations on what you can do with your property, as well as when and how.
The Federal Housing Administration (FHA) in December 2010 began enforcing new rules on condominium lending, easing some of the tougher provisions that were first proposed. But the new rules still require careful inspection by condominium associations and unit owners as well as potential buyers.
These a la carte services allow us to address very specific community needs as they arise. Ranging from Rental Cap Management to community studies now needed for FHA approvals, Community Association Management has the expertise you need to keep your community on track.