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Difference Between HOA, POA, and COA

Difference Between HOA, POA, and COA

When looking to purchase a home, the real estate terminologies may confuse you at first. It’s like opening a door to an entirely different world. We can’t possibly educate you on every single terminology in the book, but this post will at least clear up the differences between HOA, POA, and COA. Although these terms […]

Does your Association have the correct Collection Policy in place?

Does your Association have the correct Collection Policy in place?

By: Ana Sanchez Rivero In 2008 Americans experienced the worst financial crisis since the Great Depression of the 1930s. The drop in real estate prices caused tremendous turmoil and had far reaching impacts worldwide.  Banking and insurance institutions closed down; the largest mortgage lender and the largest savings and loan companies crumbled; and the auto […]

Is your Association discriminating against persons with an Emotional Support Animal?

Is your Association discriminating against persons with an Emotional Support Animal?

By: Ana Sanchez Rivero Lets assume your community has a no pet policy.  For years that policy went unchallenged, but now your association finds itself with an accommodation request from an owner for an Emotional Support Animal.  Is your association required to approve that accommodation?  Is it legal for you to ask for additional documentation?  […]

New requirements for estoppel certificates go into effect July 1, 2017.  Do you know what your condominium or homeowner association is required to do?

New requirements for estoppel certificates go into effect July 1, 2017. Do you know what your condominium or homeowner association is required to do?

By: Ana Sanchez Rivero, CAM Estoppel letters or certificates are often prepared by an association’s management company.  It should normally include the name of the owner, property address, monthly dues (whether regular or special), any fees due upon transfer, balance due, pending violations, and insurance information.  Senate Bill 398 signed into law by Governor Scott, […]