Monday, April 13, 2015

HOA oversight bills die in Florida

"Homeowners hoping for more state oversight of the association boards that rule their communities are out of luck this year as legislation to increase scrutiny of HOAs died for lack of support in Tallahassee.  It’s the second year in a row that proposals to give the Department of Business and Professional Regulation power to investigate complaints against homeowners associations and create educational programs for HOA board members failed to even make it to a single committee hearing."

1 comment:

robert @ colorado hoa . com said...

At this point, I believe that the only way meaningful H.O.A. reform will be accomplished is by ballot measures put to a popular vote (in states that allow it).

Has anyone tried it before?