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This Website Is Published By An Owner In GOOD STANDING --

Meaning Maintenance Dues Paid On A Timely Basis

 

 

IGNORANCE, INCOMPETENCE AND ARROGANCE OF BOARD MEMBERS THOMAS COWDEN, JAY SZARAS AND MARIO DESANTIS WILL LEAD TO RECORD REQUEST LAWSUIT!

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CHECKLIST OF OASIS RULES

GOOD FOR A LAUGH?

  

THE DISASTER OF THE RENTAL HOME OR
HOW OASIS IS LOSING THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS!

JUST ADD ANOTHER $1,900 TO THE LOSS CAUSED BY TOM COWDEN'S INCOMPETENCE!

ANOTHER MONTH WITH NO RENTAL INCOME!

 

This website was created to inform the members of the OASIS AT PALM AIRE ASSOCIATION, INC. in Pompano Beach about the actual rules and statutes regulating their community. The documents shown on the website are so-called public documents that will help owners to understand what is really happening in their community.


The contents of this website aims at educating the owners about their rights and the rules governing the association.

   
It is of utmost importance for all property owners in this community to understand what is really going on in Oasis. No more "he said, she said" -- facts should be on the table. This website tries to provide the necessary facts that will hopefully help owners to understand what is going on in their community. You all know the old saying: "Numbers don't lie!"

  
Property owners have to understand that the financial welfare of their families depends on healthy financials of the community. People seem to forget that their homes are COLLATERAL for any debts the association occurs. Special assessments that had to be levied because of bad decisions by boards (f.e. law-suits, lack of insurance), has cost many families in Florida their homes. Fully funded reserves are imperative to avoid any special assessments.

  
DON'T FORGET: The non-payment of a special assessment can lead to liens and foreclosures.


Past boards have played havoc with the reserve funds of this community. Please note that according to a summary of the financials for the years 1997 - 2014 owners paid with their maintenance fees a total amount of $ 267,570 into the reserve funds. But as of the end of the financial year of 2014 the actual balance of the reserve funds was only $ 85,885. For more detailed information please go to RESERVES.


The information on this website should help owners to be fully informed about "What's going on in the community!" It helps as well to attend board meetings and the annual meetings if properly conducted.


All owners should make sure that they are always up-to-date with everything that happens in their community. The financial welfare of your families depends on it!