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Our mission is to inform, educate and guide homeowner associations to govern more effectively, more responsibly, more congenially. Your community environment is your home ... we want to help you make it the most desirable neighborhood in which to call home.
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New Records Bill - effective 1/1/13
- This House Bill 12-1237 clarifies which records shall be maintained by the association and disclosed to a unit owner, or a designated agent, upon appropriate request.
Officers of the Association:
- There are few resources available for officers of the association to understand what their roles usually entail. Particularly self-managed communities struggle with appropriate delegation and segregation of all administrative tasks. A detailed "job description" of each of the primary roles would be an administrative asset for your current or potential officers. The following articles are not exhaustive in their content, but will help in defining the roles and responsibilities of the respective positions:
- The HOA President - the guiding force of the association, sculptor of the community, its principal spokesperson.
- The Treasurer - the financial voice of the community and internal auditor of its operations.
- The Secretary - the chief information officer, recorder and custodian of records.
What else do we do ...
In addition to offering services throughout Colorado in Alternative Dispute Resolution (Mediation), Reserve Studies, Rental Property Management, as well as a variety of Consulting Services, we will strive to present the latest opinions, suggestions, and other reference material relevant to your HOA affairs.
Do you have a question or concern? In our Frequenty Asked Questions section, we just might have the answer you're looking for. Perhaps review our list of more HOA Articles for information that might cover your topic. If you can't resolve your issue here, submit your question to us in our Ask The Expert section, and we'll get back to you promptly. If you have a tip for subject matter in a future article, use the same Ask The Expert section and we'll make a point of addressing it for all our readers.
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