What You Can and Cannot Change About Your Condominium and HOA Bylaws | Miami Community Association Management Education

What You Can and Cannot Change About Your Condominium and HOA Bylaws | Miami Community Association Management Education

At Trident Management, our extensive experience working with community associations in Miami and the surrounding area helps us know how to navigate through most bylaws, declarations, CC&Rs, rules and regulations. We’re not attorneys, however, so if you have a specific question about a bylaw you’d like to challenge, you should consult an attorney.

Building Recertification: What You Don’t Know WILL Hurt Your Miami Homeowners Association!

Building Recertification: What You Don’t Know WILL Hurt Your Miami Homeowners Association!

With “a deafening roar, “ a corner of a downtown Miami building, housing the Federal Drug Enforcement Administration, crashed to the ground in 1974, killing seven people. Because of that tragic event, Miami-Dade County as well as their neighbors in Broward County instituted that buildings must be inspected and recertified when they are 40 years old – and again every 10 years thereafter. When you consider the potential for loss from structural age, defects, or hurricanes (this is South Florida), this recertification becomes an important best practice.

How to Choose the Best Management Company for HOA in Miami Beach

Thank a Volunteer

Doing good may be its own reward, but most volunteers would probably agree that it’s also nice to be recognized for the time, effort, and commitment they put into serving others particularly in what can sometimes seem to be thankless roles.   Members of our...