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Marijuana - Take Two

On March 18, 2019, the governor signed the new medical marijuana changes into law. Currently known as Chapter 2019-1, the legislation expands upon the medical marijuana laws previously implemented. Of particular interest is that the…

By itsgotime@losomoinc.com

March 20, 2019

Preparing for Thanksgiving and The Holidays with Your HOA

It’s officially November and you know what that means: parties, decorations, food, friends, and fun. As an HOA, you play an integral part in making your residents feel the holiday spirit which can seem like…

By itsgotime@losomoinc.com

December 12, 2018

5 Smart Home Technologies

Smart Technology is changing the way the world works around us. Every day, it makes our lives easier in both big and small ways. You’re now able to bring your friends with you wherever you…

By itsgotime@losomoinc.com

December 12, 2018

Best Community Association Practices in 2018

When it comes to community management, it’s easy for things to turn south quickly. However, with the right practices, your community can thrive. It may seem like people expect a lot nowadays, but with a…

By itsgotime@losomoinc.com

December 12, 2018

Whose Job Is It Anyway…

Clarifying the Manager’s Role As a rule, Associations should hire Management Companies with Credentials. The AAMC Credential ensures that you hire a management company that ensures the proper training of their managers, and the professionalism…

By itsgotime@losomoinc.com

August 30, 2018

What is a CG2037 and When is it Needed?

What is the CG2037? The CG2037 is a commercial general liability policy endorsement that modifies a standard policy by adding a personal or company such as a general contractor to the subcontractor’s policy. This endorsement…

By itsgotime@losomoinc.com

August 30, 2018

Feds Go After Foreign Luxury Condo Buyers

Anonymous buyers and foreign investors for years have been using the Miami-Dade Condo Market as an investment opportunity for offshore money. But now, tow investigations have put those shadow buyers under the microscope.

By itsgotime@losomoinc.com

March 29, 2017

Pet Policies at your Community Association

Although it may sometimes feel as if our pets have the run of the roost. In order to maintain the status quo – especially in a communal living environment such as a condominium, cooperative or…

By itsgotime@losomoinc.com

March 29, 2017

Educational Resources for Management Professionals

The best property managers realize they don’t know everything. To be successful, a manager must stay abreast of new legal developments, new building technology, and a host of other specialized areas – as well as…

By itsgotime@losomoinc.com

March 28, 2017

In-Unit Parking for Luxury Condominiums

The coolest new amenity must have in luxury condominiums are car elevators and in-unit parking. It’s exactly what it sounds like: you drive your vehicle onto an elevator platform, hit a button, and you and…

By itsgotime@losomoinc.com

March 20, 2017

Lead Paint and Other Toxins

  Whether you make your home in the heart of a city or in a big suburb, there are certain dangers that have nothing to do with crime rates, economics, or the latest disease (read:…

By itsgotime@losomoinc.com

February 7, 2017

Funding Your Reserves

  Bill and Martha Jensen bought a new condominium in Miami in 1995 and lived there for 19 years. In 2014 they sold the apartment to Max and Rita Diaz. A year later, the condo…

By itsgotime@losomoinc.com

November 23, 2016

Electric Cars in Your Condo or HOA

  In 2013, there were approximately 100,000 electric vehicles on the roads nationwide. That number has risen to approximately 450,000 this year. While the bulk of the growth has been in California, the trend is…

By itsgotime@losomoinc.com

November 1, 2016