Feds Confuse Pool Safety Rules

Most swimming pools have a list of rules posted somewhere on the premises. We’ve all seen them. The rules contain common sense prohibitions against dangerous pool activities, such as having glass in the pool area and diving into the shallow end. And almost every set of pool rules contains a statement similar to this: “No […]

More thoughts on the need for workers’ compensation insurance

An article written by two attorneys from Wilmington, NC and published in my Charlotte Observer column recently has caused a firestorm of controversy over whether HOAs can, should, or must have workers’ compensation insurance.  My friend and colleague  Jim Slaughter, a Greensboro attorney, fielded many calls from his clients on the issue, spoke to industry […]

Condominiums Spent Budgeted Reserve Contributions Elsewhere

This article was written by Eric Boucher of ReadySetLoan.com  Eric is a consultant who specializes in assisting condominium communities obtain certification for FHA and VA mortgage loans.  He can be reached at eric.boucher@readysetloan.com In recent months while assisting condominiums to get certified and recertified with FHA, we are running into an issue that is a fairly […]