Putting together a homeowner association meeting agenda can seem like a challenging task, but it doesn’t have to be. The hard part is figuring out what you’re going to say during the meeting, so if you have that down then creating the agenda will be easy. Since HOA meetings are generally open to the public, creating a set agenda is a useful tool for directing the open meeting and discussing all appropriate matters with the public before moving onto the executive session.
Pets are an important part of many Americans’ lives. Dogs are like family to many people, and therefore an inevitable situation for HOAs to handle. While pets are great companions to some, others can find them a nuisance, especially if they are not handled in a manner respectful to the community. The following homeowners’ association pet restrictions and guidelines will help your community have a problem-free co-existence.
In the days of Pinterest, everyone wants their birthday party, baby shower, or anniversary party to stand out and uniquely entertain. Finding a venue is usually the first, and most difficult step. Many places book up fast. Sometimes, going the unconventional route is the best way, and we’re here to share our four favorite unique party venues in Aurora, IL.
Sometimes a situation arises that prompts a homeowners’ association to create a new rule. It is important to know how to change HOA rules properly. You’ll want to be legally compliant, and to manage concerns of HOA members. Here is a guide to adding rule amendments.
Condo and community association boards are to represent the community’s needs and act in their best interest. As such, they have fiduciary responsibility to be fair and transparent. One of our preferred vendors Keough & Moody, P.C., recently explained how the 2018 ruling in Boucher v. 111 East Chestnut Condominium Association, Inc. reminds us how to comply, and prevent issues. Read the below explanations of laws and expectations to determine if you need to change your board’s practices.