Applying HUD’s New Guidance on Service and Emotional Support Animals

HUD’s new guidance on service and emotional support animals clarifies how homeowners’ and condo associations can comply with the Fair Housing Act According to the federal government’s Fair Housing Act, housing providers, including homeowners’ and condo associations, cannot discriminate against… Read More

Navigating the Lift on COVID-19 Eviction Bans in South Florida

The end of the COVID-19 eviction ban could be a positive development for HOAs and condo associations in South Florida, but it also brings uncertainty. On August 1, 2020, the temporary moratorium on evictions for unpaid rent throughout Florida will… Read More

Hurricane Season Is Here! Check Your Hurricane Plan and Storm Insurance Before It’s Too Late

The Atlantic hurricane season runs from June 1 to November 30 each year No matter what kind of business you have, you need to make sure that both your property and your business are protected during hurricane season. The COVID-19… Read More

How Technology Can Improve Your Association

Many community associations find it challenging to incorporate the latest technologies. But doing so improves many areas of operations throughout the community. Some community associations have been slow to implement new technologies into their workflows. But the latest innovations can… Read More

7 Ways Association Leaders Can Leave Emotions at the Door

Remember, you’re running a business: Create boundaries, make better decisions, and remain professional by putting personal feelings aside with these 7 tips. The board of directors of an HOA regularly faces challenges with no simple answers — disputes with or… Read More

What You Need to Know Now about Community Associations in a COVID-19 Environment

    What are some things you want your audience to know right now? *Community associations need to pivot just like businesses. *We recommend coming together as a board virtually and looking at budgets. Owners will need to pay assessments,… Read More

Understanding Accessibility Requirements for Your Association

How should you approach accommodations for the disabled in your Florida community? Community managers have many responsibilities within the condo or homeowners’ associations (HOAs). One of these roles is to ensure that all local and federal laws and regulations are… Read More

How HOAs Can Be Virtual During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Here’s how associations are already being affected by COVID-19, and what you can do to overcome some of these challenges As COVID-19 continues to spread around the globe, businesses are closing, millions of people are being ordered to stay home,… Read More

Getting Assistance: Information and Programs Available to First Time Home Buyers in Southern Florida

Buying a home for the first time is an exciting step, though it can quickly become overwhelming South Florida residents who are purchasing their first home have many important decisions to make during the process. Considerations include state and local… Read More

5 Common Zoning Issues You Need to Know

Zoning regulations dictate how a piece of land can be used, including whether residential or commercial properties can exist in a certain zone Something you may not think about often is the fact that zoning laws impact where people can… Read More


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