Subscription Plans

Our economical monthly or annual subscriptions will provide you with operational forms, instructive guides, personalized support, and other valuable information and resources that will enhance your HOA experience.

HOA Loans

We Help Associations Find Customized Loans

Condominium and HOA Boards may encounter a situation where their income and reserves are insufficient and unable to meet their capital needs. Although a special assessment can be mandated, often this is not the ideal situation. 

Forms, Guides and Statutes

For immediate download, condensed booklets that contain state statutes relating to condominiums and homeowners associations, a continuously expanding library of forms prepared by qualified legal counsel that are commonly used by homeowners association members and managers, and step-by-step guides that provide direction on how to handle HOA matters.

Background Screening

HOA Member Services has developed a series of background screening packages that are designed for use by homeowners associations in connection with their evaluation of candidates for positions that are commonly filled within associations such as directors, officers, property managers, security personnel, maintenance personnel and third-party service providers.

Personal Support

Personal Pro and HOA Team Plan subscribers receive unlimited email support with HOA related issues that are of concern to them through the submission of website generated request forms that are responded to by an experienced attorney.

What can I find for you?

Start typing and presto, helpful articles, guides, downloadable forms will display for you.

Trusted Affiliate Network

Operating a homeowners association requires constant interaction with the providers of many different services and products. We help you locate the right vendor or service provider for your HOA through our network of trusted affiliates.

Easy to Use

Powerful Tools

Subscription

NOT REQUIRED

Although a subscription is not required to purchase items, get a subscription to get real value. 

Educational Articles & Case Decisions by Category

Recent Articles & Case Decisions

Court Rules COVID-19 CARES Act Protections Do Not Apply to HOA Assessments

Court Rules COVID-19 CARES Act Protections Do Not Apply to HOA Assessments

This case involves a dispute between a condominium owner (“Owner”) and his homeowners association (“Association”) over the issue of whether COVID-19 emergency orders passed under the CARES ACT in March of this year require Association to forebear collection of a special assessment from Owner, who claimed to be experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19.

Association and Homeowner Fight Over Plumbing Bill Liability

Association and Homeowner Fight Over Plumbing Bill Liability

This case involved a dispute between a condominium owner (“Owner”) and her homeowners’ association (“Association”) over who was responsible for the payment of a $725.00 plumbing bill incurred for the repair of a leak.

 

Find Out Why Court Awards HOA Attorney Fees

Find Out Why Court Awards HOA Attorney Fees

This case involved a dispute between husband and wife homeowners (“Owners”) and their homeowners’ association (“Association”) over Owners’ construction of a pool equipment building on their property that had not been approved by Association.

Does Short Term Rental Violate HOA Rules?

Does Short Term Rental Violate HOA Rules?

This case involved a dispute between the owner of two townhomes (“Owner”) located within a townhome community governed by a community association (“Association”) over Owner’s right to rent its units “for short term hotel, vacation rental, and/or transient use.” Association contended that Owner’s short-term rentals of the units was in violation of Association’s CC&Rs requirements that the units be used for single-family residential use.

Can Email Exchanges Constitute Valid Action By HOA Board?

Can Email Exchanges Constitute Valid Action By HOA Board?

This case involved a dispute between a homeowners’ association (“Association”) and a developer, who owned two lots that it planned to develop (“Owner”), over efforts by Association’s board of directors (“Board”) to regulate new construction in the development.