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Liens, Foreclosures, and Payment Plans, Oh My! Properly Managing HOA Funds During Covid
Though filing claims of lien against property owners isn't something that associations ever want to have to face, the reality is that it will likely become a common occurrence in the coming months...
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Community Association Collections in a Pandemic: Navigating the "New Normal"
Though the United States, along with the rest of the world, is in the throes of the Covid-19 pandemic, businesses and other organizations have had to do their best to continue to operate. These operat...
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COVID-19 Update: What Phase 3 Means for NC HOAs and Condos
October 1, 2020 - It’s been awhile coming. On September 30, 2020, Governor Roy Cooper announced that North Carolina will move to “Phase 3” with regards to coronavirus restrictions th...
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Call of [Fiduciary] Duty: How Good Faith, Due Care, and Loyalty Guide Community Associations' Boards
Nearly 30 percent of North Carolina's population lives in a community association of some sort, be that a condominium or single-family community. Yet, confusion among the general population a...
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Want to be an Amazing Neighbor? Five Ways to Start (And Some Things to Avoid)
With Americans spending more time at home than ever these days, being a good neighbor is of the utmost importance. Sure, not many people are actively trying to be bad neighbors, but if you sit down an...
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New Robert’s Rules of Order
Content provided by Jim Slaughter of Law Firm Carolinas. Original article can be found here.The latest Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised has been released!For organizations that follow ...
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COVID-19 Update: What the New Phase 2.5 Means for NC HOAs and Condos
September 1, 2020 - While not yet Phase 3, NC Governor Roy Cooper has announced that this Friday, September 4, at 5 pm the State will move to “Phase 2.5” with regards to coronavirus restri...
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NC Executive Order Again Extends Electronic Membership Meetings
August 31, 2020 - Membership meetings of North Carolina nonprofits, including homeowner and condominium associations, can continue to be held virtually/electronically for at least the next 60 days.Sin...
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How Reserve Studies Prepare Community Associations for Successful Futures
Reserve studies are essential to ensuring the financial security of community associations. When conducted properly, they aid in preparing associations for large future repairs and create a timeline s...
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Community Association Fact Book 2019 Now Online
The yearly Community Association Fact Book from The Foundation for Community Association Research is always a wealth of information. For anyone who works in, writes about, or just is interested in hom...

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