Wednesday , 2 September 2015

Mitch Drimmer

Mitch Drimmer is a licensed CAM and is the Vice President of Association Financial Services, an accredited collection agency, specialty finance, business process outsourcing, and specializing in community associations. For more information, visit http://afslc.com or tel. 305-677-0022x 804 or email mdrimmer@afslc.com

Where Did Everything Go?

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Florida law 718.111(12) obligates “outgoing board members to return all official records … to the incoming board.”  Why did the legislature have to go out of its way to create a specific law to obligate a proper transition from one board to the other? There must be a problem here. ...

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Upgrade your community with new CAM education

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Most condominium and homeowner associations are managed by a licensed manager, either through a management company, or individually-managed. Such managers are the “CEO” of the association, and although answerable to a board of directors, each must be licensed and should be well-versed in attendant responsibilities. Florida requires community association managers ...

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Upgrade your community with new CAM education

MITCH DRIMMER, CAM

Most condominium and homeowner associations are managed by a licensed manager, either through a management company, or individually-managed. Such managers are the “CEO” of the association, and although answerable to a board of directors, each must be licensed and should be well-versed in attendant responsibilities. Florida requires community association managers ...

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The three phases of a delinquent unit’s life

Collections of delinquent maintenance fees for community associations have unfortunately become a reality these days, a process that can be broken down into three distinct phases: (1) Action when a unit owner misses paymenment; (2) The nitty-gritty of collection; (3) How delinquency is resolved. Step one is making contact with ...

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Community Association Beat

I am honored to have been asked to serve as a columnist for Community Newspapers to share important and topical information about South Florida community associations. My column will specifically address business issues related to condominium and homeowner associations (HOA). Running an association is a complicated and difficult task, often ...

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