Q. The board of our association conducts board meetings via video conferencing. One of the board members turns off his camera, or posts a profile picture.
The overarching story they all tell is that over the course of the last year-plus, leadership changes in the HOA – which has a board of four residents and one seat for a representative from a developer – combined with a new company managing the HOA, …… have turned what was once a peaceful, neighborly community into what they view as a de facto authoritarian state with few checks on its power. Read the article…………………………….
Question: We are a condominium association. We have a common element pond that is maintained with association funds. There is another pond that we do not own but that backs up to three or four homes in our community. For over 25 years, no community funds were used to clear or clean this pond. However, the pond is poorly.
Dear Tony: As owners of an investment property, we hope you will include our letter for other investors and strata councils to read. We owned two condos in Metro Vancouver that were permitted short-term rentals. They were frequently booked and a profitable investment.
The overarching story they all tell is that over the course of the last year-plus, leadership changes in the HOA – which has a board.
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