There is a new trend rising within condominium and homeowners associations across the country, including Florida: online association voting. The reason for this trend is simple it solves two major... more
Roughly only four percent of the new condos built during the South Florida real estate boom, remain unsold in the tri-county area, according to a report from CondoVultures.com.
Buyers have been... more
On August 21, 2013, Floridas Fourth District Court of Appeal issued an opinion clarifying when the statute of limitations begins to run for a cause of action that a property owner brings against an... more
I have always wanted to write a book about HOAs and COAs, otherwise known as homeowner associations and condominium associations. I even considered titles like "HOAs for Dummies" or "Welcome to Flori-... more
Several legislative changes to the Florida Statutes, occurring during 2013, have impacted the operation of Floridas Condominium Associations and HOAs. This blawg focuses on those changes applicable... more
Once assessments become past due the payoff amount becomes a moving target because each phone call or email adds legal fees to the amount due. The appellate courts actually noted this in a ruling... more