The transition process from a developer-controlled community association to homeowner-controlled is complicated and requires skillful oversight to protect the community assets.  The successful transition and subsequent governance of the HOA requires a fair amount of training, knowledge and leadership, as well as community involvement.  Key to this process is education of the board and association members.

The Law Firm of Peters & Freedman, L.L.P. has vast experience representing community associations with active development and those that are transitioning from developer control.  Our attorneys can guide your community association through the myriad of transition issues that might arise, including:

  • Development, sales and marketing
  • Transfer and acceptance of common area
  • Financials and reserve funds
  • Turnover of books and records
  • Class voting
  • Transfer of board and architectural control
  • Education and training for board members
  • Community involvement and communications
  • Transition team
  • Due diligence audit and inspection of physical components
  • Professional management
  • Repairs

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