Condominium & Home Owner Association Best Practices

Overview Training for Board Volunteers and Owners

The  ‘Best Practices’ Association Training Book:

– Full color, user-friendly format

– 262 Pages

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This type of shared expenses housing is the wave of the future in the United States and around the world. But to make it a sustainable investment, new buyers, owners and volunteer board members need to understand best practices basics of how this form of housing works and have more realistic expectations of this form of carefree, maintenance free living.


– Protect property values
– Gain peace of mind
– Lessen the need for large, unexpected special assessments

Patrick Hohman, the author of the book, is a 22-year Association president, who compiled these user-friendly, colorful lessons with the help of industry experts throughout the United States.

User-friendly, full color publication with easy-to-understand graphs and graphics.
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Are you paying attention to your biggest investment (your home)?

Condominium Classes at Bellarmine University in Louisville

Condominium & HOA Best Practices 

Course Description

  • Review the ‘technical issue’ basics that you need to know to be a good board member, including: Long-range financial reserve studies, creating an annual budget, reading the month-end financial statements, understanding your master deed and bylaws, the most important state laws, preventive maintenance check lists and emerging sustainability issues.
  • Learn about: rule enforcement and the planning, consensus building and communications ground work that precedes it; how to evaluate which rules matter most within your association; and the wisdom of choosing different forms of enforcement for different types of rule violation.
  • Condo and HOA Associations often pay this class fee through their association’s Administrative, Communications or Training Budget.