Question: We’re in the process of building a 4-plex in Silverthorne and want to set up a mini homeowners’ association. Where can we go to get information about how to set one up?

 

Answer: Are you confused about homeowner associations? Contact the Community Associations Institute, an Alexandria, Va.-based trade group that offers a variety of publications on the ins and outs of homeowners associations.

The group offers a 26-book series that gives all possible information about homeowners associations. The books can also be purchased individually, including "Transition from Developer Control" and "A Complete Guide to Reserve Funding & Reserve Investment Strategies."

Another book by the institute, "The Homeowners Association Manual," is an overview of rules, meetings, and other common activities. One book worth examining that was not put together by the trade group is Joni Greenwalt's "Homeowners Associations: A Nightmare or a Dream Come True."
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