Your Guide to Updating HOA Governing Documents

Changing your community’s governing documents is a hot topic with many homeowners associations right now since lots of governing documents were established when the community was built and are therefore out of touch with today’s needs. Luckily, governing documents are not set in stone. They are designed to adapt to communities as they change over time. If you are a member of your community’s HOA management Board or if you are an interested homeowner looking to get more involved, here is your step-by-step guide to changing your community’s governing documents effectively and efficiently.    Read the article………..


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