How to Protect Your Community Association from Unlicensed Activity

January 20, 2010

Unlicensed activity is when an individual or corporation performs or offers to perform a job or service that requires a state license. Unlicensed activity can occur in every profession and business that is licensed by DBPR. There are measures you can take to protect your association from the practice of unlicensed activity.

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8 Ways to Spruce Up Your Community Association on a Shoestring

January 20, 2010

Today, community associations are watching their expenses due to reduced revenues. In an effort to save money, associations may be skipping simple ways to improve and spruce up their community. Here are some simple suggestions to clean-up your community association very cheaply: 1. Pressure clean all sidewalks, street gutters and any other areas in your […]

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“Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” – 5 Secrets New Property Management Companies Won’t Tell You

January 20, 2010

You know that new property management company that will say or do anything to get your business? They have some secrets that you should know about and they are hoping that you won’t ask. 1. “We really don’t have the experience that we say we have”. Our experience consists of banking, real estate sales, construction […]

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Robert N. Rosen, CPA

March 9, 2011 [ ]

With the crash in the housing market in the last 2-1/2 years, the need for good accounting at the condominium and homeowners association level is greater than ever before. Adequate budgeting for operating expenses and reserve items for major repairs and replacements are more important than ever in making sure the Association is operating effectively […]

What’s the difference between admitted and non-admitted Insurance Companies?

March 9, 2011 [ ]

By Paul M. Mack, CIC, AAI, CRM I am often asked by my clients, “what is the rating of this insurance company?”  Financial stability is important and boards should be diligent about selecting a strong carrier.  It is equally important to understand how your carriers are filed to do business.  A Florida admitted, or standard […]

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