Condominium/Community Association A to Z: What You Need to Know

This course will be held in Traverse City through Northwestern Michigan College. We’ll provide crucial education for condominium/community associations—designed for board members, managers, developers, and association members. Guided by Robert Meisner, attendees will explore governing documents and changing trends. You will get essential information about what needs to be in the master deed, bylaws, declaration (for homeowners associations), articles of incorporation, rules and regulations, modification agreements, service agreements, and the management contract. You will also get an overview of FHA approval requirements and an update on any changes in the law that may affect your Association. Register two or more from the same association and save $10 on each.

Date: April 27, 2017

Time: 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.

Location: Northwestern Michigan College, University Center Rm. 212

Cost: $89 per individual or $79 per person when two or more from the same organization enroll at the same time.

Online registration is not available for this course, but you may call NMC at (231) 995-1700 to register and pay by credit or debit card.


Advanced Community Association Operation

Advanced Community Association Operation is a four week course designed for Michigan condominium and homeowner association officers and directors, managers, developers and individual owners. Seminar attendees will gain valuable insight on a wide range of legal topics. All attendees receive a complimentary copy of Robert Meisner’s booklet, Condominium Operation: Getting Started and Staying on the Right Track.

Dates: May 2, 9, 16 and 23, 2017

Time: 7:00pm – 9:00pm

Location: Bingham III Office, 30200 Telegraph Rd., Suite 467, Bingham Farms

Cost: The cost for the first person is $99, each additional person from the same association is $85. If you can’t make all dates, feel free to send a colleague in your place.

More information available and register online at or contact Mark at 248.644.4433

There were so many things I learned, such as enforcing bylaws consistently, pursuing collections, treating everyone the same, how to record minutes of board and membership meetings, and maintaining the community. – Trish, Board Member

I now feel empowered with valuable information gained in this course to enable me to operate as a director with accountability. All board members should be required to take these classes to broaden their level of understanding in order to make sound decisions. – Jennifer, Board Member