Legislative Trends Affecting Condos and HOAs in 2018

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Legislative Trends Affecting Condos and HOAs in 2018

2018 Advocacy – As members of the HOA industry it is so important to stay up to date on issues that affect us and our Communities.  CAI lets us know what they support for upcoming Legislation.  Please see this link to sign up for the Advocacy Emails from CAI National. https://www.caionline.org/Advocacy/Pages/default.aspx

Please research the pending National Legislation in regards to Federal Funding helping Communities after a Disaster.   FEMA and the Federal Government help pay for the debris removal after a disaster.  The Legislation could directly affect this. This could affect your communities directly since it is directed at private Communities.  The Legislation does not clearly outline what a private Community is.  Advocacy  emails will let you know how CAI stands, For or Against!  This will help you make an educated decision.

Each of these issues could be addressed nationally or by state.  Stay informed about any pending Legislation.  Add your email to the mailing list to help you stay informed.

Please let me know if you have any questions or if I can help in anyway.

By | 2018-01-15T13:49:06-05:00 January 15th, 2018|D&O Insurance|Comments Off on Legislative Trends Affecting Condos and HOAs in 2018

About the Author:

Andrew Bateman and his team, through Trisure - a nationally licensed independent commercial insurance agency - specialize in working with single family, townhome and condominium homeowner associations. They provide HOAs with a complementary review of their present insurance program based on the policies in place and the governing documents to evaluate the community’s current coverage and find any gaps that may exist that could potentially put the association at risk. You can contact them directly via email at info@WeLoveHOAs.com or visit their website at www.WeLoveHOAs.com for further information or to request an evaluation of coverage.