Texas Resources

Research the Law

Every state has laws that apply to condominiums and other types of property interests that are included within a common interest development that is controlled by a homeowners association. Because homeowners’ association members and management personnel frequently deal with issues that necessitate a review of the applicable state laws, we have provided the following links to facilitate access to the relevant portions of the laws.

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Investigate Licensing and Status of a Service Provider

Homeowners’ association management personnel and association members must use service providers that are appropriately licensed and in good legal standing. Before contracts are entered into with service providers, the status of the service provider’s licensing and legal standing as a business entity should be investigated. The following links will facilitate the required investigation of service providers.

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Helpful State Links

Homeowners' Association management personnel and association members can access various state resources that are frequently utilized through the following links.

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Additional Helpful Information

Through the following additional links, homeowners’ association management personnel and association members can access additional helpful information.

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State Specific Downloads

Directors' Resolution Re Adoption of Guidelines to Establish Alternative Payment Schedule

Directors’ Resolution Re Adoption of Guidelines to Establish Alternative Payment Schedule

This form may be used by a homeowners association to document that the association's board of directors has adopted guidelines as required by Texas Property Code §209.0062 to enable homeowners ...
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Texas Property Code, Title 11 - Restrictive Covenants

Texas Property Code, Title 11 – Restrictive Covenants

This 53 page booklet contains a condensed version of Texas Property Code, Title 11- Restrictive Covenants, with a descriptive table of contents keyed to each code section ...
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Texas Property Code, Title 7 (Condominiums), Chapter 82 - Uniform Condominium Act

Texas Property Code, Title 7 (Condominiums), Chapter 82 – Uniform Condominium Act

This 35 page booklet is a condensed version of Texas Property Code, Title 7 (Condominiums), Chapter 82- Uniform Condominium Act, with a descriptive table of contents that is keyed to ...
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Texas Property Code, Title 7, Chapter 81 - Condominium Act

Texas Property Code, Title 7, Chapter 81 – Condominium Act

This 11 page booklet contains a condensed version of Texas Property Code, Title 7 (Condominiums), Chapter 81 - Condominium Act, with a descriptive table of contents keyed to the various ...
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Texas: Guidelines To Establish Alternative Payment Schedule

Texas: Guidelines To Establish Alternative Payment Schedule

This form may be used as guidelines adopted by an association as required by Texas Property Code §209.0062 for a uniform program to enable homeowners to cure delinquencies that are ...
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Resources by State

Find an HOA Property Manager

Most homeowners associations elect to retain a professional property manager. Our affiliate, All Property Management, will quickly connect you with the property manager that best fits your association’s needs.
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Background Checks

Homeowners associations utilize people in many different  capacities who are in a position to cause financial harm to the association and physical harm to its members. Performing a background check is crucial to minimize the risk of harm that could be devastating to a homeowners association.
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Software to Manage Your HOA

Our affiliate, Condo Communities, provides homeowners associations and their directors, homeowners and managers with an innovative, cost effective, and efficient software solution to manage your homeowners association.
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Find a Service Professional

Our affiliate, Home Advisor, facilitates the selection of a reputable, licensed and trusted service providers than can satisfy the needs of homeowners associations and their members.
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Does Your HOA Need a Loan?

Our affiliate, Arch Capital Solutions, is an experienced financial services company that specializes in lending solutions for condominiums and homeowners associations and provides financial guidance, loan packaging and loan placement services.
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