Political signs can quickly spring up in community associations. Boards should look to state laws and their governing documents to create or revise rules on their display.
Close to 9 in 10 homeowners living in a community association rate their overall experience as positive, according to a new report from the Foundation for Community Association Research.
A well-crafted welcome packet can help community association leaders make a good first impression, cultivate positive feelings toward the community, and potentially get someone involved as a volunteer down the road.
New technology, demographics, design trends, and more are forcing community associations to adapt—or adopt—rules. What should be considered when determining the right rule for your community?
Several California laws that became effective Jan. 1 create new requirements for community associations on how elections are held, limit restrictions on accessory dwelling units (ADUs), and redefine when a contractor is considered an employee.