You Have Certain Rights & Responsibilities as a Member of Your HOA

As a homeowner in your Idaho association, you have certain rights – and responsibilities

You have the right to…

A responsive and competent association and its Board.

Honest, fair, and respectful treatment by Board leaders and managers.

Attend meetings, serve on committees, and run for election.

Access to appropriate association records.

Prudent financial management of HOA records, fees, and other assessments.

Live in a subdivision where the common property is maintained according to established standards.

Fair treatment regarding financial and other association obligations, including the opportunity to discuss payment plans and options before the association takes any legal action, and the right to appeal decisions.

Receive all rules and regulations governing the association – if not prior to purchase and settlement, then upon joining the community.

You also have the responsibility to…

Maintain your property according to the established governing documents and standards.

Treat association members, its Board of Directors, and your neighbors with honesty and respect.

Read and comply with the rules and regulations of the association and ensure that your tenants and guests do too.

Vote in association elections and on other issues.

Pay association assessments and charges on time.

Contact association Board members or managers, if necessary, to discuss financial obligations and alternative payment arrangements.

Request reconsideration of material decisions that will personally affect you.

Provide your current contact information so you receive all information from the association.

For more information regarding your HOA rights and responsibilities, contact MGM Association Management at (208) 846-9189 or visit www.gomgm.com.



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