Cash Cow: Exploitation / Mismanagement of Condo Associations by Boards, Property Management Companies, Law Firms - Board Reform - HOA Homeowner Association Constitutional Crisis
- RECHARTER: Resolving the Homeowner Association HOA Constitutional Crisis - CAI NE - GSL Goodman Shapiro Lombardi LLC - TDG The Dartmouth Group
- Who or What is The Community Association Institute? (CAI) by Stan Hrincevich
Ms Condo Board Reform: "We must continue to expose this group of charlatans (CAI) for what they are."
- An alliance of special interests (condo boards, property management companies, and law firms) if unchecked can result in the ORGANIZED SHAKEDOWN OF HOMEOWNERS.
- Will the Real CAI Standup: It's Contradictory Beliefs, Pronouncements, and Goals
by George K. Staropoli aka pvtgov
Ms Condo Board Reform: "This article is near perfection, both for its dead on analysis and the well researched supporting documentation."
- Cash Cow: Exploitation / Mismanagement of Condo Associations by Boards, Property Management Companies, Law Firms
Condo Board Reform
- 10/29/14: The apparent 'takeover' of Charles Court East from owners would not appear much different from the organized infiltration of any legitimate business. The problem here seems to be bigger than just 'bad management'. Otherwise, how could those in charge be so blind to the obvious? They cannot be unaware of what they have allowed to happen in their name. I question the ethics or even legality of any general practice that a board, property management company, or law firm is unwilling to open to scrutiny. Included in this collection of organized 'dirty tricks' might be character assassination; baseless, threatening cease and desist letters; and intimidation and bullying. OPEN BOARD MEETINGS NOW!
- Cash Cow: Exploitation / Mismanagement of Condo Associations by Boards, Property Management Companies, Law Firms Condo Board Reform
- _____________________________ Condo associations are CASH COWS producing regular flows of large amounts of money with few controls attracting the unscrupulous (and the scrupulous) who seek to channel some of that flow to their own use. Thus, secrecy can increase the liklihood of defalcation or a large expense when a smaller would suffice if there are no cost controls in place or if there is poor project / contract management. (The constant repair of the brick steps is an example.) The difference could be skimmed or given as a kickback. Who's going to be the wiser? (Some property management companies apparently even have an interest in one or more vendors for the managed property.) So how does one get the answers to the TOUGH QUESTIONS especially when NO ONE is talking?