Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)2018-09-30T12:43:57+00:00

Frequently Asked Questions?

Is your Condominium Association prepared for the HB 1237 law?

On June 27 of 2017, Florida Governor Rick Scott approved House Bill 1237 (HB 1237) which is an amendment to Florida Statute 718 on Condominiums.  It is important to discuss this topic at your next board meeting before the law goes into effect on January 1, 2019.


Who is affected?

  • All Florida condominiums with 150 or more units

What are the requirements?

  • Must have a publicly accessible website operated by the association or a third-party provider
  • The website must have a secure login portal accessible to the unit owners containing notices, documents, and reports

What documents and reports must be accessible?

  • Declaration of condominium, including amendments
  • Bylaws and revisions of the bylaws
  • Articles of incorporation and addendums
  • Current rules of the association
  • Annual budget and proposed budgets
  • Financial report and proposed financial reports
  • Management agreements, leases or contracts binding the association
  • Board members and directors certifications
  • All contracts or documents regarding possible conflict of interest
  • Notices of any unit owner or board meeting with the agenda posted 14 days before the meeting
  • Any documents to be considered during a unit owner or board meeting or listed on the agenda 7 days before the meeting

What is Condominium Association Websites of Florida and how much does it cost?

Condominium Association Websites of Florida provides website development and management services that conform to HB 1237 for Condominium Associations and Property Management Companies.  We provide electronic document control, digital scanning of your paper records (if they are not already in electronic format), and photographs of your property.  We also provide customer support for the management team and the unit owners including payment processing for association and maintenance dues.  Condominium Association Websites are only $2995 with a $295 monthly service fee which includes notice publications, document revisions, and updates.  Even if you do not have 150+ units, online electronic documents will save your condominium association or property management company time and money by freeing up valuable employee resources.  Call us today at (954) 546-3169 or email us at care@condositesflorida.com.

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We want to help you find the solution to your condo needs in accordance to the new law. Contact us.