HOA WARRIOR II
Responding to Pets, Paint, &
Parking in Your HOA
(templates, forms, letters, and philosophy to use when dealing with your board or when you become the board)
Disputes over the three Ps are usually how people who bought into an association begin to understand that life in an HOA or Condo Association is not as rosy as the real estate agent led you to believe. You may not have to worry about the guy next door putting three or four cars up on cinder blocks in the front yard, but now you have to worry about nosy Nazi neighbors, parking in your own driveway, the color you paint your door, the weight of your dog, and how much you are libel for when a bully board loses a lawsuit. You have to worry about embezzlement and bullies! You have to worry about tiny infractions of the CC&Rs that may lead to you losing your home.
PLEASE NOTE: FORMS MUST BE DOWNLOADED SEPERATELY SO YOU CAN USE THEM. INSRUCTIONS ARE IN THE BOOK.
To help you prepare your defense, here are over 101 forms and documents to use and share with your neighbors. You can edit every form that comes with this book in a word document. There are samples of the forms in this book, but the forms themselves must be downloaded in a ZIP file. You get every form for FREE--you just have to download them so that you can edit and modify to use in your association. You download a Zip file (all info provided in book to make it easy) and store the file on your computer. When you buy this package you are licensed to edit and use the documents for yourself and your neighbors.
HOA Warrior II (which includes the free Zip file) lays the foundation to play the HOA/Condo game to your advantage. This is done in forms, sample letters, requests and strategic planning in order to avoid disaster. This package explains what type of forms to use, and how to respond to most issues in your Association. Sample forms include:
Objection letter and request for hearing for any fine imposed
Sample letter to request documents
Sample request for waiver of rule
Sample request for parking variance
Sample request for disability accommodation
Do it yourself Bylaws Cheat Sheet
How to take minutes
How to respond to members if you are the board
Summery of board resolutions
and many many more!
Are the Forms Designed for the Board or Me? Most of these templates are dual purpose, designed for both Trustees of the Board and/ or Members of Planned Development Communities, YOU. Sometimes wording on the forms appear as if originating from your board or management company. This is so a board may use these in their association when appropriate. Other times the forms appear to be originating from you. Please modify each template and sample letter for your circumstances. If you are a Trustee, modify these so that they originate from the board for Members to fill out. If you are a Member making a request to your board, modify the template accordingly. Remember, every owner may and should someday be a Trustee themselves!