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September 6 @ 8:15 am - September 8 @ 4:45 pm MDT$650.00
September 6-8, 2023, @ 8:15 am- 4:45 pm MST
$650 via online learning through Zoom platform
Imagine your 3 x 10 foot patch of grass is mowed by the lawn care company hired by the HOA and the strong-willed neighbor insists that she mows her own postage stamp piece of grass. Or the creative neighbor that wishes to paint all the utility boxes in the neighborhood like decorative birdhouses. They are cute, but not everyone in the neighborhood appreciates her talent. Stage right: enter conflict and the mediator.
Homeowner Associations can be one of the most frustrating organizations with which to work. As an HOA mediator you will learn how formation, governance, dispute resolution processes and issues drive Common Interest Communities. You will also be able to assist in HOA conflict management and resolution. Approved and regulated by the Colorado Department of Higher Education Private Occupational School Board.
Discover the different roles, rights and responsibilities of boards, community leaders and homeowners
Become familiar with statutes and regulations that impact Common Interest Communities
Identify essential elements in governing documents
Recognize issues and interests that are common and challenging
Address unauthorized practice of law, ethical dilemmas, and the HOA mediator role in service delivery to community leaders and members
Review formal and informal complaint and dispute resolution processes
Expand information regarding organizations and resources that may be helpful
Practice through role-plays to build skill and integrate content
To register go to: https://phoenixstrategiescolorado.com/school/course-registration/
For Questions: 719-266-8181