Association Hierarchy

There are many responsibilities that fall to those serving on an HOA Board, so, more likely than not, a board member is going to have to learn some new skills in order to serve effectively. To be sure, most board members are probably not going to have the foundational knowledge necessary for board leadership. Unless you have served on an HOA Board before, the odds are slim that you are going to be well-versed in the kind of governance and financial management tasks the job requires. This workshop teaches you how to communicate with association tenants, hire qualified managers and service providers and how to develop enforceable rules and interpret your governing documents. It provides Board members with a comprehensive look at the roles and responsibilities of serving on an HOA Board.

This workshop highlights what every board member needs to know to serve the Association effectively including understanding the Governing Documents and clarifying the duties and responsibilities of each Board Member and the professionals who are available to assist the Board. We address the guidelines for making reasonable association rules, enforcing rules fairly and resolving conflict effectively. We stress the importance for Board Members to keep abreast of changes in the law that effect HOA’s because legal updates are essential to safeguard individuals and homeowners associations. We recognize that CC&R Enforcement (Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions) is the backbone of community association operations and why it is important that Board Members know the differences between Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions as well as the differences between fines and assessments. Our HOA Team can work with you in designing and presenting specialized informative educational programs to suit the specific needs of your community.