Should Denver’s Parks, Streets and Public Places Become Housing? ‘Occupy Denver’ Re-Dux?

Denver voters will consider these questions as Initiative Ordinance 300 (“Initiative 300”) on the ballot for the May 7, 2019 election (along with candidates for mayor, other offices and Initiative Ordinance 301).

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New Federal Rules Require 3 Day Disclosures by Management Companies and HOAs

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has implemented a new rule requiring disclosure of HOA costs and fees in 3 business days.  This includes CIC documents, transfer/record change fees, status letter fees, assessments and dues and working capital.

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HOA Reserve Studies

Jerry Orten was quoted in a May 2015 article in the Orten Cavanagh & Holmes LLC on HOA reserves.  Jerry said:

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CCIOA Public Policies that Supersede Restrictive Covenants

Colorado statutes, in the Common Interest Ownership Act, supersede many restrictive covenants.

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What you Should Know Before you Buy in a Condominium Community

Are you in the market for a condominium?  If you buy a condominium you will become a member of an owners association.  The owners association (or HOA) offers to protect the value of properties in the community through maintenance services, restrictive covenants and rules and more.  The HOA is likely administered by a board of directors—volunteer homeowners elected by their fellow residents to set budgets and policy.  

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