Monthly Archives: March 2016

Changes in Nevada HOA Legislation

shutterstock_254582680If you own a home with a mortgage, you already know one type of lien: your mortgage. However, there are other types of liens that can be placed on homes, such as HOA assessment liens. Nevada recently changed its laws regarding HOA assessment liens, and it’s made a huge difference.

What Are Super Liens?

If a homeowner lives in a neighborhood with an HOA and fails to pay their dues and Continue reading

4 Tips for Changing HOA Bylaws

shutterstock_301149080The HOA’s bylaws are important for keeping the neighborhood pleasant. All homeowners agree to follow these bylaws when they purchase a home in the neighborhood. However, sometimes, these bylaws need to be changed. It’s always a good idea to routinely go through your governing documents and change what doesn’t work anymore.

Eliminate Bylaws That Break the Law

Homeowners must follow the bylaws, but the bylaws do not supersede federal and local Continue reading

FHA Condo Approval Changes

shutterstock_126936059FHA loans are government-insured housing loans that make it easier for people with low credit, low income or a high debt-to-income ratio to get a home loan. The Housing Opportunity through Modernization Act of 2015 is an act that suggests making changes to these FHA rules in regards to condos. Check out these three important changes.

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3 Social Media Tips for Your HOA

shutterstock_186292982Social media can be a great tool for any association, but only when used correctly. If you never post anything or only post basic information about HOAs in general, your homeowners won’t be interested. You need to make your accounts more personal and fun. Check out these three tips that can boost homeowner interest and interaction.

Highlight an Individual’s Achievements

You can make your social media account more personable by highlighting individuals. You Continue reading