Is Your HOA Ready for New Laws?
The Texas Legislature in June passed new laws regulating many HOA board practices. To be in compliance HOA's must modify their HOA documents with new policies.
Do you think your HOA board is aware of the changes required by new state laws?
Answer yes, no, or unsure. Answer additional items if they apply.
Unsure, Don't know
The HOA's management company/advisor informed our board.
Only certain individual members may be aware. We are self-managed HOA.
Which requirements have you most concerned that your HOA is NOT ready?
Chosse more than one if necessary
All transfer fees charged must be authorized in governing documents by 9/1.
Rules about solar collection devices must be adopted by 9/1.
Rules about rain barrels must be adopted by 9/1.
Rules about related to the display of flags must be adopted by 9/1.
All governing documents must be recorded in the county to be enforceable by 2012.
Rules related to records retention and fees to provide copies must be adopted by 2012.
Rules setting out procedures for reasonable payment plans must be adopted by 2012.
Resale certificates must list and describe all fees, including payment process, associated with transfer of ownership by 2012.
Governing documents must now all be available on the HOA web site by 2012.
Rules allowing resident absentee voting by e-mail must be described and adopted by 9/1.
Boards must implement new state requirements covering open meetings, notices, keeping minutes, closed executive session, actions taken by phone or email.
In which Pflugerville HOA do you live?
We need to know this so answers can be understood.
Are you currently serving on an HOA board?
Answer yes or no. If no, then choose additional item.
I'm a property manager for HOAs
I'm an involved HOA property owner
May we say that your HOA was included in survey responses?
We want to say that you participated; not your specific answers.
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