Elliot unlocks the mysteries of HOA policies and reveals the secret to getting the proper coverage for your association at a price you can afford. For smart board members and property managers (like yourself!) who wish to avoid costly mistakes
Consumer checklist to help California HOAs choose an agent for Association insurance who will check CC&rs for compliance with David Sterling Act, Multi-bid for lowest prices, creatively structure earthquake
Check to see that your HOA policy has no costly errors such as: wrong or missing coverages, inaccurate building values, coverage exclusions, inappropriate liability amounts
California board members unknowingly put personal assets at risk when their HOA’s Directors & Officers Liability ( D&O ) policy contains fatal gap in coverage
Buying tips from an association insurance expert tells you how to avoid overcharges, gaps and missing coverages that could leave your California HOA vulnerable to unnecessary liability risks and financial losses.
Unit interior coverage errors are a very serious and common problem I frequently uncover when conducting insurance risk reviews for condo associations. The reason…
Following is a straightforward summary of the most important new amendments to the Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act…
Help for condo property managers in California to save money for cash strapped Hoas who need to buy association insurance at the lowest price possible.
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Los Angeles basin earthquake preparedness for condo owners: Earthquakes, Faults, Disaster Plans & Safety.
Elliot Katzovitz, author, speaker, association insurance expert offers free information on earthquake, D&O, E&O, Liability, workers compensation insurance for HOAs and COAs in Los Angeles and all of California
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If you and your association are under the false impression that you don’t need work comp insurance because you don’t have anyone on payroll, think again because you could be in for a nasty surprise.
Our goal is provide board members, condominium owners and HOAs with expert insurance advice by offering insurance basics that can help consumers to decipher confusing insurance quotes.
Following is a straightforward summary of the most important new amendments to the Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act which will become operative January 1, 2012.
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Our goal is provide property managers with expert insurance advice by offering insurance basics that can help them decipher confusing insurance quotes they must obtain for their condo association clients.
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The Davis-Stirling Common Interest Development Act is the common name of the portion of the California Civil Code beginning with section 1350 which governs condominium, cooperative, and planned unit development communities in California.
It looks like the party’s over folks. As you know, for the past few years I have been advising associations sitting on State Farm…
Anyone who buys a condo also joins an association called homeowners association (HOA) and pays related fees. HOA is a group of people who are also the property owners in a shared-space.
Condominium ownership is different in certain aspects from owning a traditional single-family home. For example, when you own a condominium you’re also part-owner of what are called “limited common elements.”
Homeowner Associations, HOAs, get hazard and liability insurance for certain areas of condominium projects. However, home owners must understand what HOA insurance covers and what it does not protect.