FAN's Featured Blog Post
Florida Communities Cracking Down on Dog Poop Offenders
by William B. Campbell, III, VP of Sales and Marketing
Campbell Property Management
Many Florida communities have residents who own dogs. Unfortunately, some of these dog owners are not taking responsibility and cleaning up after Fido.
Industry News and Articles
Keep in mind some of the articles are directed towards HOAs or Condos specifically, but most can be applied to all types of community associations.
Condominium Association Could Pay Price for Failing to Comply with Division's Discovery Demands
posted by Donna DiMaggio Berger, Esq., September 22, 2013
The Division of Florida Condominiums, Timeshares and Mobile Homes began investigating the Heritage Circle Condominium Association, Inc. as a result of the association's failure to prepare annual financial statements and its failure to fund reserves. Read more
FLCAJ Readers' Choice Awards
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Broward Condos & HOAs subject to new screening regulations
posted by Lisa Magill, September 23, 2013
On September 10, Broward County Commissioners adopted changes to the local Human Rights Ordinance after hearing testimony of community leaders largely united in opposition thereto. Read more
Florida Condo and HOA Vendor Contracts: What to look for and include in your contract
posted by Dan Tiernan, COO, Campbell Property Management
A written contract is highly recommended when working with vendors for your HOA or condo association. Make sure that all services discussed actually end up in the written contract; verbal agreements have no binding effect. Read more
When Snowbirds Fly: How Seasonal Residents Impact HOAs
posted by Anne Childers, September 2013
Every year the state of Florida experiences an ebb and flow of full-time and part-time residents; as the seasons change, so does the population. Read more
Florida Construction Liens for Condo Associations and HOAs
posted by Brian Tight, Director of Developer Relations & Lake Worth Regional Director,Campbell Property Management
Florida Construction liens are claims made by contractors, subcontractors or material suppliers (anyone who works on your property or provides materials) that are not paid-in-full and seek payment against your condo or HOA property. Read more
Investing in Green: Energy-Saving Technologies
posted by Keith Loria, September 2013
With today’s condo and HOA residents much more conscious of their impact on the environment and looking for ways to reduce it, smart boards and property managers are looking to help. Read more
posted by Tom Lisi, September 2013
Garbage Can Be Gold: The Benefits of Recycling
In the last few years, the recycling industry has seen new technologies and political energy that are creating some of the largest shifts in how people and cities handle their trash in recent memory. Read more
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