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  Do you have a New or self manage association? Is your association being turned over by a developer or would it be interesting to see comparisons?  Gulfshore Property Mgmt. offers free services. Gulfshore Property Mgmt. will evaluate your association... 

Since all community associations are legal entities or corporations, a duty to properly maintain common grounds is appropriated through the use of a financial plan called a budget. A budget is a creation of a financial plan and is funded by collection... 

These procedures are set up for Homeowner Association’s. The Condominium provisions are less strengent. For more information, see Florida Statute section 718.303 below:  1. Establish three (3) resident homeowners from the same Association... 

The Regulatory Council of Community Association Managers for the State of Florida, understand that not everything in the Declaration, Articles and Bylaws describe all the essential clarifications of an Association. Therefore the creations of the Rules... 

The Board of Directors should focus on the Wants & Needs of their Association and not the every day business and administration operation. If the Association has eighteen (18) or more units, then the Association should hire a professional property... 

  For the State of Florida there are two (2) mandatory meetings required for both Condominium and Homeowner Associations. The Annual Meeting and the Annual Budget Meeting. Once a year the Members shall hold an Annual Member’ Meeting. And once a year... 

Excessive budgets hurts everybody, including myself. The biggest expense for Community Associations is by far insurance premiums. The State of Florida (Charlie Chris) really should allow for some windstorm and flood insurance relief for us Florida Floridians.  If... 

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