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November 2010

Found 3 blog entries for November 2010.

WHAT RIGHTS DOES A HOMEOWNER’S ASSOCIATION HAVE IN COLLECTING ITS FEES AND ASSESSMENTS?

michigan-condo-association-dues-past-dueHome Owner Associations (“HOA”) all over the country are too feeling the pinch in the present economy. This economy has shifted the focus of many homeowners and caused many of these people to re-prioritize what expenses get paid first. Unfortunately, for the HOA, it’s not to them. What rights does the HOA have to enforce its rights?

HOA and Condominium Associations have the obligation to collect assessments. An association’s Board of Directors has a fiduciary duty to the owners within the community development to collect assessments and properly handle the association’s financial affairs. To comply with this mandate, the Board of Directors relies on the timely

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   Monday Morning Coffee

INSPIRATION FOR TODAY:

"A man will find that as he alters his thoughts toward things and other people, things and other
people will alter towards him.... Let a man radically alter his thoughts, and he will be astonished
at the rapid transformation it will effect in the material conditions of his life. Men do not attract that
which they want, but that which they are.... The divinity that shapes our ends is in ourselves. It is
our very self.... All that a man achieves is the direct result of his own thoughts.... A man can only
rise, conquer and achieve by lifting up his thoughts. He can only remain weak and abject and
miserable by refusing to lift up his thoughts."

- Unknown
ACCENTUATE THE POSITIVE!

It's so simple . . . the advice given in the

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Monday Morning Coffee

INSPIRATION FOR TODAY:

"A wise man will make more opportunities than he finds."

 

SOW GOOD SEEDS!

James Bender, in his book "How to Talk Well," tells of a farmer who grew prize-winning corn. Each year he won the blue ribbon at the state fair. When asked how he did it, the farmer explained that he shared his seed corn with his neighbors.

Pollen from ripening corn is carried by the wind from field to field. If the farmer's neighbors grew inferior corn, he felt that cross-pollination would steadily degrade his own prize-winning variety. If he was to grow good corn, the farmer felt he first had to help his neighbors grow good corn.

Having a good attitude and achieving your goals works the same way. How you view the world is affected by the

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