Arizona Corporation Commission
Research an HOA's annual filings to see their
Assets and who the directors are. The statutory agent,
usually the management company, is also listed.
Maricopa County Assessor
Research ownership of a property or to see what
property someone or HOA owns. Common areas are listed
as well as individual lots. You can also see if the
property taxes are paid.
Maricopa County Assessor -
The same information as provided on the regular
assessor site, but with very useful maps.
Maricopa County Recorder
Here you can research liens, judgments, titles,
deeds, CC&Rs, etc. You can enter an HOA name as a
business to see liens and such for your HOA or yourself.
Arizona Revised Statutes - Planned
Communities - Title 33 - Chapter 16
State laws that govern Planned Communities -
Single Family HOA communities are governed by these
Arizona Revised Statutes -
Non-Profit Corporation - Title 10
HOAs are Non-Profit Corporations and are governed
by Title 10 also. In some cases these laws override CC&Rs,
but in many cases they only apply if the CC&Rs are
"silent" on the topic. Chapters 30, 31 and 39 are
Community Association Institute
CAI offers resources and training for HOAs and
Community Managers. Their M100 class can be taken home
study, CD, or in a classroom. It provides a great base
for any board member or community manager.
The Leadership Centre
TLC is dedicated to
enhancing the quality of life in
neighborhoods and communities through a collaboration of
private and public partnerships that engage residents in
leadership education and training.
Based in the East Valley, it is a great resource to HOAs
in Gilbert, Mesa, Chandler and Queen Creek.
When Renaissance is built on
time-honored values of integrity, honesty, respect,
fairness, friendship, safety, and community. These
values are the pillars on which we have founded this
company; we judge and measure our actions based on them.
To some they may seem trite, but we take them very
seriously. We encourage our partners to embrace them