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Homeowner Rights and Responsibilities in a Utah HOA

HOA Strategies

As a homeowner in a Utah HOA community, you have more power than you may realize. Your Utah HOA Homeowner Rights Understanding your rights as a homeowner is crucial to actively participating in the community and protecting your investment into home ownership.

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Righting past wrongs: Utah and Connecticut simplify removal of discriminatory covenants

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Community associations in Utah and Connecticut can now use a streamlined process to invalidate racially restrictive provisions contained in governing documents or in individual deeds of homes. Laws similar to the ones in Utah and Connecticut have passed in Washington state, Florida, and Maryland in recent years.

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Getting Your Utah HOA Community Ready for the Spring Thaw

HOA Strategies

Winter is one of the most beautiful and exciting times to live in Utah. For states – like Utah – that experience snowy winters, spring runoff is a serious matter. We have majestic mountains with stunning vistas, over 22 million acres of public land, and abundant opportunities for outdoor recreation during our long winter season.

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Why Are My Utah HOA Assessments Increasing?

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The reality is that, while some HOAs have governing documents that enforce a percentage cap on how much assessments can be increased per year, many states (including Utah) do not set such a restriction. So even though Utah has been fortunate to maintain our providers, the rapidly rising rates elsewhere have set in motion price increases here.

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Statement On Governor Cox’s Veto Of Utah SB 228

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The internet industry shares Utah policymakers goals of a safe and open internet, but this flawed legislation was a solution worse than the problem. We appreciate the Governor’s thoughtful approach to his final decision.”. ###.

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New Fannie Mae Changes and Their Impact on Utah Community Associations

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Fannie Mae, the mortgage loan guarantor, has recently changed its policy on how it treats Utah community association properties. This new standard will be taking effect on January 1, 2022, and will be in effect until further notice. Read on to see how these changes could affect your HOA or condo association.

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Utah Restaurant Association to Cyclists: Skip the Drive-Thru

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Both the state’s legislature and the Utah Restaurant Association (URA) have weighed in. “We could not work a compromise with Salt Lake City that would prevent us from having higher insurance costs and higher risk associated,” Sine testified before the Utah House’s Political Subdivisions Committee.

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