- Links to 2023 Legislation
- Becker Lawyers 2023 Legal Update Webinar
- 2023 Legislative Update from Rembaum’s Association Roundup
- Links to 2022 Legislation
- The Special Legislative Session Brings Some Major Changes For Florida Condominiums and Cooperatives
- Is your community association prepared to raise dues 10-15% or more in 2023?
Welcome to Space Coast Communities Association!
Serving Central Florida Home Owners, Cooperative, Timeshare, and Condominium Associations
IMPORTANT CHANGES: SCCA General Meetings are now being held at the Radisson Hotel (8701 Astronaut Blvd, Cape Canaveral) through June 2024 with the exception of no December meeting and in March because of the SCCA Annual Trade Show (still at Cocoa Beach Hilton). The meeting times remain as 9:00 AM – 11:30 AM. Starting in January, the SCCA General Meetings will be held on the third Wednesdays of the month with the same meeting times.
Click HERE to see the videos of the SCCA’s September 16, 2023 Tribute to Roger Kesselbach.
NEW ACTION ITEM: Support for Community Association Corporate Transparency Act Exemption, The Corporate Transparency Act was passed by the U.S. Congress in 2021. This law was passed in order to try to identify money laundering and terrorist financing. The consensus of association lawyers is that this law could apply to many condominium and homeowners associations despite the law giving many exemptions for many other entities and would subject them to many onerous filing and reporting requirements. More Act and contact information an be found HERE.
ACTION NEEDED: Because most of our member Associations have been hit with the insurance crisis in Florida that has wrought large assessments or significant monthly fee increases for covering often staggering insurance costs, we need our members and many of their unit owners to contact the Florida Governor, the Chief Finance Officer, and their state legislative representatives to help resolve the insurance problem. In your submissions, please emphasize the amount of your insurance increases over the past two years and the direct impacts to your associations and owners with specific examples, such as, how much fees have had to be increases some owners by increased monthly fees or large special assessments and how some owners might no longer will be able to afford their homes. If they are also led to realize that this situation is adversely affecting a large number of their voters in an upcoming election year, they may be more inclined to take action. Please, many calls, letters, e-mails, etc. to these politicians can make a difference!
Click FL Contacts for Insurance Issue to find phone and e-mail contact information.
Notice: The address to which to send checks to SCCA has changed. The new address is as follows:
c/o Association Banking
5604 N Atlantic Ave
Cocoa Beach, FL 32931
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