For Immediate Release: Sept. 9, 2010
ARIZ. (Sept. 9, 2010) The
Southwest Valley HOA Academy has partnered with the cities of Goodyear and
Avondale and the Town of Buckeye to present this two-session seminar series for
individuals interested in learning about how homeowners associations work and
how theirs can operate more effectively.
a.m. to noon
September 18 and 25
11465 West Civic Center
is $5.00 per session, and includes refreshments. For information or to
register, call Lili Schuett at 623-882-7801.
Aspects of the Operation and Management of Associations, taught by attorneys
from the Mulcahy Law Firm, P.C.
seminar will be informative for all HOA leaders and residents who are
experiencing the effects of today?s economic climate. It will cover
collecting delinquent assessments, foreclosures and the maintenance of
foreclosed properties, trustee sales, and 2010 legislative update. The
seminar will also include round table discussions with representatives from
local banks, property managers and an HOA attorney.
of Effective Board Management for HOAs, taught by attorneys from Mulcahy Law
boards face the challenges of balancing the best interest of the community as a
whole with the preferences of individual residents. In this seminar, participants
will learn about governing documents, Covenants, Conditions and Restrictions
(CC&R) and typical enforcement tools available to HOA Boards. Other topics
include amending association documents, recognizing the difference between
enforcement and compliance, registering sex offenders, group homes, management
company issues, barking dogs, parking, and how to run a board meeting in one
hour or less. A round table with successful board members, city staff
from Avondale, Buckeye and Goodyear and an HOA attorney will address how HOAs
can best work with their respective cities to achieve mutual goals of crime
prevention and neighborhood preservation.