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HOA Insurance: Is Your Coverage Sufficient?

Insurance brokers are one of an HOA’s most important vendors, yet they are often ignored until claims arise. This mistake can be costly.Insurance is a contract in which the insurer accepts a fee (“premium”) and in return agrees to pay for certain incidents of damage (property insurance) or claims of liability (casualty insurance). Because insurance …

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Potential Sacramento Legislation: Here Are The Good Bills

In typical years the Legislature considers a handful of bills concerning HOAs, but 2021 is an unusually heavy year. There are at least 20 bills pending that reference or directly affect common interest developments. Many are technical, but a handful of bills propose to make significant changes (some good and some bad) to California associations. …

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Open For Business, Planning for a Return to a New Normal

After 6 weeks of working to flatten the curve, Californians are eager, yet anxious, to resume some sense of their former routines. Although Governor Newsom gave no firm timeline for an end to the “Stay at Home” Order, he acknowledged that it is a matter of days and not weeks before California starts to reopen. …

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Tips to Protect Your HOA from a Data Breach

By Pat Bruen If you’re like most association board members, you probably think you have a good handle on potential risks the association might face. Concerns such as injuries from accidents, disputes among neighbors, and potential lawsuits against board members may top that list. But there’s a risk too many people overlook: data security. Associations handle …

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