There’s nothing worse than being a unit owner in a building and seeing someone on your
board breaking a rule and seemingly getting away with it.
Some board members believe that they are “above the law” so to speak, and seem to be ope…
Finding the right balance of involvement between HOAs and condo boards and
residents can be like maintaining a healthy relationship with a significant
other—you want to be compassionate, responsive and attentive, but not too needy, nosy
You may love your building. You may even love your neighbors and the members of
your board. But there are few people who can say that they love their monthly
board meetings or annual shareholder meetings.
That’s because many of these…
Norman Reinhard lives in Century Village at Pembroke Pines, an age-restricted
active-adult community in southwest Broward County. He’s an unabashed advocate of its lifestyle.
Norman and his wife, Maxine, moved to Century Village at P…
Our downstairs neighbor's children always have the TV turned to an extremely
loud volume. Our condo building is older and everything can be heard from
below. We have tried to resolve the issue peacefully and spoke to them to turn
Our condominium association gives out gifts (in monetary form) to the
association employees that work in our building. Gifts are made to the board president, who sets up a separate bank account, and
then decides how the money given should …
I am the property manager for a medium-sized condo association. There is an
owner who is several months behind on their assessment. We have followed the
standard protocol of the association of sending out notices and it is reached