Preparedness Our partners with the Federal Emergency Management Agency say it best: Preparedness is everyone’s job.  Preparedness is not just for government agencies, but all

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By: Marlyn Hawkins Last week, we discussed how delinquencies affect owners and the lots or units they own.  This week, we discuss the effect of

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Unpaid Assessments: Liens & Personal Obligations – Part I

By: Alexis Ducich Under state law in Washington and Oregon, Condominium and Homeowner Associations have the authority to adopt and amend budgets, and levy and collect

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By Dean Martin Committees can be a productive tool for condominium and homeowners associations.  Committees, such as budget committees or architectural control committees, can promote

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By: Daniel Zimberoff One of the primary objectives of a community association board of directors is to facilitate and encourage a sense of connection within