Did you know the Texas legislature rewrote the CC&Rs for many HOAs? State mandated statutes have made it more difficult for volunteers to run their communities. Why do you need an attorney, a management company or both?
Professionals can help you understand and comply with new legal provisions, such as:
- Open book meetings and records.
- Restrictions on the regulation of solar energy devices and roofing, displays of flags and religious items and more
- New provisions affecting resale certificates, collections and foreclosure procedures, and more.
CMA has worked with HOA attorneys to develop a packet explaining how associations can comply with new laws, and we offer it to our clients free of charge. CMA works with your association and HOA attorneys to help associations comply with changes in state regulations. Request a proposal or call today. 972-943-2848
Summary of Texas Property Code on Open Meetings for HOAs