Associations and Loans: Review Your Documents Before Plunging In (CO)

Now that the economy is at an upturn and associations are feeling more financially stable, many associations are investing in capital improvements for their communities. Whether it’s installing a new swimming pool in the community, installing all new roofs, or upgrading the playground equipment, these types of projects are expensive and, oftentimes, require associations to take out loans to finance the projects.   Read the article………..


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