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Webinar: What HOA Boards Need to Know About Regulating Rentals

With the burst of transient occupancy arrangements, vacation rentals and renter occupied units/homes in common interest communities in recent years, community associations continue to scramble to figure out how best to handle them in light of their unique governing documents and communities . Add to that the increase in investor owned homes and condominium units and the residual effect of the prior economic downturn, the ever changing mortgage restrictions regarding percentage of owner-occupied condominium units in condominium communities, the “hang-over” from the proliferation of foreclosures in the past 7-8 years, and the lobbying efforts of the short-term occupancy proponents, and its no wonder community association boards and managers often feel overwhelmed about what steps, if any, they need or can take with regard to such rentals/occupancy.

Help is on the way!  Join us for a must-attend webinar on Thursday, April 28 (2:00 - 3:00 P.m. ET) on how to create a smart—and enforceable—rental policy at your HOA. 

You'll hear two community association lawyers with decades of hands-on experience in advising associations share their best advice on:

  • What to know about rentals in HOAs: Is it true they can lower property values?
  • The pros and cons of creating rental restrictions in your community, including the biggie: How do we enforce it?
  • Factors to consider when you evaluate whether your HOA needs a change in policy—whether it's going from a no-rental plan to permitting rentals or the other way around
  • What you need to know about the booming business of short-term rentals by homeowners
  • Best practices for educating your community on your proposed rental policy so you can actually get it passed
  • How to monitor your owners' activities to ensure they're not violating your policy
  • Tips to make enforcement less daunting, time-consuming, and contentious, including smart ideas for fines that will deter and punish abusers
  • And much more!

In just 60 minutes, you'll hear the most important information you need to assess and tweak your rental policy.

Register now for this informative event at

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