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  • Kenny Wilson

Utah HOA Management: Keeping Communities on the Straight and Narrow (ish)

As a homeowner in Utah, you're probably all too familiar with the joys of HOA management. But did you know that HOA managers are superheroes in disguise? They may not have capes or cool gadgets, but they do have the power to help keep your community out of legal hot water.

First, let's talk about the importance of HOA Declarations, CC&RS, and Bylaws (hereafter referred to as "bylaws"). These are like the Constitution of your community - they lay out the rules and regulations that everyone must follow. Without them, your community would be like a ship without a rudder, drifting aimlessly in the sea of chaos and vociferous homeowners. HOA managers are the ones who make sure these bylaws are followed, and that everyone is playing by the same set of rules.

But it's not all about enforcing rules - HOA managers also play a critical role in preventing legal issues from arising in the first place. They're like a team of legal eagles, constantly looking for potential problems and nipping them in the bud before they can cause any real trouble.

For example, let's say that a neighbor starts building an addition to their home without getting the proper approvals. An HOA manager would step in and make sure that the proper paperwork is filed, and the HOAs processed are followed. This ensures that the addition is safe and won't cause any problems for the community and prevents any legal issues from arising down the road.

But it's not all work and no play for HOA managers. They also know how to have fun and they know how to make the community fun. They organize events and activities that bring neighbors together and foster a sense of community spirit. They organize picnics, barbecues, potlucks, and even ice cream parties!

So next time you're tempted to grumble about your HOA manager, remember that they're like a superhero in disguise, keeping your community safe and sound. And when you see them, give them a pat on the back and thank them for their hard work. They deserve it!

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