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  • Homeowners should have say in proposed new laws (NV) June 18, 2024
    Now that the 2011 Nevada Legislature has convened, the Community Associations Institute of Nevada and its legislative action committee are very involved in identifying those bills of concern to common-interest communities and working to make sure our legislators understand how those bills will affect homeowners and associations.    Read the article…………………………….
  • Payment portals on HOA websites not required (NV) June 18, 2024
    Q: I’m writing to you about your recent column and Senate Bill 378. If I read the bill correctly, it is now optional for a homeowners’ association to provide online electronic assessment payments. Your report said otherwise   Read the Q&A………………………………..
  • HOA Hall of Shame: Homeowners question $20,000 plus petty cash budget June 15, 2024
    Homeowners’ associations, or HOAs, are supposed to protect your home’s value and theoretically make life a little nicer, if not a little easier.  But 13 Investigates has reported for years on HOAs and management companies that have made it difficult and stressful for neighbors to be at peace in their own homes.    Read the article…………………………….
  • Condo owner says others not paying their fair share (NV) June 11, 2024
    Q: (My) condo complex has 440 units. Currently, 20 percent of homeowners do not pay their homeowners association fees. This has been going on for years. Foreclosure has only now been implemented on two units. (There are) 69 homeowners in this community who don’t pay their fees. Again, only two of those are facing foreclosure.    Read the article…………………………….
  • Second ethics complaint filed against Henderson councilman (NV) June 5, 2024
    Henderson Councilman Jim Seebock violated Nevada ethics laws when he substituted a campaign pitch for an agendized presentation from the city manager at a Lake Las Vegas homeowners association meeting in April, according to an ethics complaint filed last month.   Read the article…………………………….
  • Homeowner claims HOA president is bullying her (NV) June 1, 2024
    Q: I just read your article from two years ago on homeowners associations and bullying and harassment, Nevada Revised Statutes 388.122.  I just have a few questions that I hope you can help me with. I brought a home 1½ years ago. After complaining about dog feces, trash, the front gate and elections, I called for a community meeting, which was a success. Our board president and our community manager were furious and started to bully me and my children.  ...
  • Large HOAs need secure online presence (NV) May 25, 2024
    Q: Is there a Nevada statute that requires homeowners associations of a certain size to have and maintain an online presence, that is, a website? If yes, what information needs to be accessible on the site?  Read the Q&A………………………………..

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Nevada Condo & HOA Articles

  • The right stuff: Stirring up the perfect volunteer recipe
    The CAI Nevada Chapter seems to have perfected the volunteer recipe. The chapter boasts a large, long-standing, and active contingent of homeowners who give their time, expertise, and effort to both their local communities and the chapter.   Read the article…………………………….
  • A new anti-money laundering law will affect HOAs (NV)
    The Anti-Money Laundering/Corporate Transparency Act was passed by Congress on a bipartisan basis in 2021. The goal of the Act is to empower the federal government to gather financial information about corporations to create more corporate transparency and better discover and combat money laundering, terrorist funding and other financial crimes.   Read the article…………………………….
  • Conflict Management How to Handle When Things Get Out of Hand (NV)
    Living in close quarters can—and often does—lead to conflict. In co-op, condo, and HOA communities, conflict can occur between residents, or between a resident and the board. And to complicate matters, a seemingly isolated conflict between residents may spill over to become a conflict between resident(s) and the board. What’s the key to resolving differences? Like the old British wartime poster advises: Stay calm and carry on.    Read the article…………………………….
  • Nevada Court Issues Significant Guidance on the Interpretation of ALTA HOA Endorsements
    On October 12, 2023, the Supreme Court of Nevada (“the Court”) issued an important decision in the matter of Deutsche Bank National Trust Company v. Fidelity National Title Insurance Company, No. 84161, 2023 Nev. LEXIS 40 (Oct. 12, 2023), providing guidance on the interpretation and application of American Land Title Association (“ALTA”) and California Land Title Association (“CLTA”) endorsements 100(1)(a), 100(2)(a), and 115.2(2).   Read the article……………………………
  • Financial, Physical, & Operational Health: How Does Your Association Measure Up?
    In early 2020, our firm was hired to prepare a reserve study for an unremarkable 136-unit, 12-story condominium in south Florida. It was the kind of association you could drive right by without noticing, not much different from all the other high-rise buildings in this coastal neighborhood.  Read the article………………………..
  • Las Vegas Water Agency Seeks Power to Limit Residential Use (NV)
    Nevada lawmakers are considering a remarkable shift in allowing the water agency that manages the Colorado River supply for Las Vegas to limit single-family residential use in the desert city and surrounding county.   Read the article………………………..
  • Residential Communities vs. Climate Change: Adjusting to the New Reality (NV)
    The reality of climate change is upon us. Weather patterns have changed, and seasons have been altered. We experience more intense heat, more frequent, destructive storms, wide-ranging wildfires, and more destructive cold. Tornadoes—the spawn of conflicting hot and cold air masses—touch down in places they were once almost unheard of. What was scientific prognostication only a few years ago has become reality.   Read the article………………………..

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Nevada Laws

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Nevada Condo & HOA Resources

Community Associations Institute – Nevada Chapter

Nevada Office of the Ombudsman (for Common Interest Communities)

Nevada Real Estate Commission for Common-Interest Communities & Condominium Hotels (The office of the Ombudsman for Owners in Common-Interest Communities and Condominium Hotels was created to assist homeowners and board members in common interest communities to better understand their rights and obligations under the law and their governing documents)

Nevada Association of Community Managers – The Nevada Association of Community Managers, Inc. is an organization dedicated solely to the representation of community managers in the state of Nevada. Since our founding, we have strived to help managers become more educated professionals for the industry.

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