What your Homeowner’s Association Board Needs to Know before You Attempt to change Your Restrictive Covenants. The North Carolina Court of Appeals recently rendered an opinion reiterating that all amendments to the restrictive covenants (“CCRs”) governing a planned community must be reasonable. As background, the existing law is that amendments to the CCRs must be…Details
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This is evidence of the excellent service we have been providing to our homeowners associations in the Charlotte Metro Area since 2002.
We are also licensed real estate brokers in North Carolina.
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Thank you for viewing our video. I am Cyndi Sullivan, Vice President of Key Community Management. I feel it is important for potential clients to see the person behind the company they want to interview for their next property management company. We want to be that company and we want you to feel comfortable on the first interview.
Again, thank you for viewing our video and we look forward to meeting with your board in person.
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Latest Educational Articles
How to Maximize Votes at an Homeowner’s Association Meeting or Election. Many HOAs and condominium associations have annual meetings coming up this time of year, or special meetings to amend their covenants, conditions and restrictions (“CCRs”) or bylaws. What is the best way to collect the votes your HOA needs to elect a board or…Details
Failure to Hold Formal Homeowner’s Association Board Votes Dooms Two Charlotte HOAs There are times in the practice of homeowners’ association law when courts make rulings with which we as attorneys disagree but where an underlying principle or best practice is affirmed. A prime example is the N.C. Court of Appeals’ opinion of November 1,…Details