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2012 May
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Recreational Amenities
2012 May Building Community Online

 It’s often hard to fully comprehend how quickly technology has evolved during our  lifetimes, and much of that change is a result of how much closer we’ve become—virtually, that is. Whether it’s finding cheap plane tickets, or a restauran…

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Recreational Amenities
2012 May Dealing with Delinquent Owners

 By and large, a board and management company can expect payment from residents  for monthly fees to be received on time and in full. These all-important funds  keep day-to-day operations moving forward without delay. There are situations,…

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Recreational Amenities
2012 May Space, the Final Frontier

 This is about the easiest decision—the closest thing to a no-brainer—a co-op or condo board of directors will ever need to consider: what to do with  vacant space.    Install storage lockers. If you already have storage lockers, in…

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Recreational Amenities
2012 May Attractive Perks

 You’ve got the perfect couple looking into buying a condo in your building. And they  love everything about the unit.    But here’s the catch—they also love everything about another building’s unit. They can’t decide which to buy. …

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Finance
2012 May Preparing for a Rainy Day

 Unless it's a thoughtful gift or a party in their honor, nobody likes surprises.  That's especially true when it comes to sudden, serious, or non-negotiable  repairs to a condo building or HOA. A community must have enough money saved to …

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Management
2012 May When Your Front Yard is An Ocean

 With more than 8,000 miles of shoreline and 1,300 miles of sand, Florida is a  beach lover’s paradise. From the sugar-white expanses of the panhandle to the shell-lined  sands of Sanibel and the rocky coastal beaches of the Keys, you are …

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2012 May Q&A: No Quorum Question

Q Is there a law allowing us to conduct a meeting without a quorum reached. We  need more than 50 percent of the vote and certain shareholders refuse to attend  meetings. We don’t have a co-op board and cannot elect one. The old board mem…

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2012 May Q&A: Presidential Conflict

Q I am the vice president of our board. Just recently we found out through a real  estate agent that the president of the board is selling his unit. Does this pose a conflict of interest? In effect, should the president remain the preside…

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