Manager Licensing Bill Introduced – Includes a Majority of the Recommendations Contained in the 2017 CAM Sunset Review Report

Written by: on Monday, February, 5th, 2018

On January 30, 2018, the House Business Affairs and Labor Committee conducted a public hearing on the Community Association Manager Sunset Bill. After hearing public comments from interested parties, the Committee approved the introduction of HB 18-1175, which supports a majority of the recommendations contained in the 2017 Sunset Review Report provided by the Department [Read More...]

Dog Profiling…Could it be a Thing of the Past?

Written by: on Wednesday, January, 24th, 2018

On January 19, 2018, House Bill 18-1126 was introduced and assigned to the Local Government Committee. HB 18-1126 proposes to prohibit association regulations banning dogs due solely to breed, weight, or size classifications.  If passed, associations would no longer be able to adopt blanket restrictions prohibiting specific dog breeds, i.e. pit bulls, dogs larger than a [Read More...]

Facing Challenges with only 3 Choices

Written by: on Friday, January, 12th, 2018

2018 Life Lessons Series Recently Melissa Garcia wrote a blog sharing some HOA Life Lessons we should consider for 2018. Those lessons were meant for both reflection and action in our HOA pursuits. Wanting to take this a step further, HindmanSanchez would like to share some other Life Lessons throughout the year, and will be [Read More...]

Life Lessons for 2018

Written by: on Wednesday, January, 3rd, 2018

“Life is what happens to you when you’re busy making other plans.” John Lennon Truth. And as we’re starting 2018, I’m here to tell you one thing… go get a life! And by that I don’t mean the manic pursuit for a bigger paycheck, larger house, or faster car. What I mean is reflect on [Read More...]

Rental Caps: The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

Written by: on Tuesday, August, 15th, 2017

A rental cap is a mechanism put in place to limit the number or percentage of units which may be rented at any one time in a community.  While not every community needs, wants, or should have a rental cap in place, before you spend the time and money on getting one drafted and approved [Read More...]