Today’s post will be short and sweet.
According to Rule 61B-23.002 of the Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.), each condominium association must prepare and maintain a Frequently Asked Questions and Answers (FAQ) sheet. The FAQ sheet must be updated every 12 months. To aid in compliance, the Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR) created F.A.C. Form CO 6000-4, a fill-able PDF consisting of 7 questions relating to unit owner voting rights, maintenance fees and association on-going legal issues. Associations may create their own FAQ sheet but it must be similar in form and substance to CO 6000-4. Compliance couldn’t be easier and yet this rule is often overlooked.
If your association is professionally managed, make sure your LCAM has updated your FAQ sheet and has it available to current owners and potential buyers. The FAQ sheet must be maintained as part of the association’s official records.
As always, we are available to answer any questions you may have.
Emily Shaw is a condominium homeowner in Tampa, Florida and a Director of VERA Property Management, a full-service community association management and consulting firm serving the Tampa Bay Area.
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