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Complying with the Florida Condo Website Law with Ana Rosa Mendez’s Web Design Services

In the evolving landscape of condominium management in Florida, staying compliant with state laws is crucial. The Florida Condo Website Law, effective from January 1, 2019, mandates that condominium associations maintain a website with specific features and document accessibility. Navigating these requirements can be daunting, but with expert help from professionals like Ana Rosa Mendez and her team, compliance becomes straightforward and stress-free.

Florida Condo Website Law

Understanding the Florida Condo Website Law

The Florida Condo Website Law requires condominium associations to establish and maintain a website or secure web portal. This site must include a password-protected section where sensitive documents are accessible only to owners, employees, and managers of the association. The essential documents that need to be available on this platform include:

  • The recorded declaration of the condominium

  • Bylaws and amendments

  • Articles of incorporation

  • Rules and regulations

  • Annual budget and proposed budgets

  • Financial reports and monthly income/expense statements

  • Executory contracts and bid summaries

  • Director certifications

  • Conflict of interest documents

  • Notices and agendas for owner and board meetings

Why Compliance Matters?

Failure to comply with the Florida Condo Website Law can lead to legal complications, fines, and a loss of trust among residents. Ensuring your association’s website meets all legal requirements not only keeps you compliant but also enhances transparency and trust within your community.

How Ana Rosa Mendez Can Help?

Ana Rosa Mendez Studio specializes in web design and development services tailored to meet the specific needs of condominium associations. Here’s how we can assist:

  1. Custom Website Development: Ana creates custom websites that align perfectly with the Florida Condo Website Law. Each site includes user-friendly navigation, ensuring all required documents are easily accessible to authorized users.

  2. Secure Web Portal Setup: Security is paramount. We design password-protected sections where sensitive documents are stored securely, preventing unauthorized access and ensuring confidentiality.

  3. Document Management: Managing and updating documents can be a hassle. Our web design services include streamlined document management systems, making it easy for associations to upload, update, and manage essential files.

  4. Compliance Consultation: Beyond web design, We offer consultation services to help associations understand their obligations under the Florida Condo Website Law. We ensure your website remains compliant as laws evolve.

  5. Ongoing Support and Maintenance: A website isn’t a one-time project. We provide ongoing support and maintenance services to ensure your site remains functional, secure, and up-to-date with the latest legal requirements.

Partner with us to revamp your outdated website into a compliant, or to create a user-friendly platform from scratch. With a secure document portal, easy navigation, and professional design, your association will confidently meets all legal requirements, enhancing transparency and trust among residents.

Compliance with the Florida Condo Website Law is essential for condominium associations. With Ana Rosa Mendez’s expert web design and development services, achieving and maintaining compliance is seamless. Our customized solutions, secure web portals, and ongoing support ensure your association not only meets legal requirements but also fosters a transparent and trustworthy community.

Contact Us Today

Don’t let compliance be a burden. Contact us today to learn how our web design and development services can help your condominium association comply with the Florida Condo Website Law and enhance your community’s online presence.

For more information and to schedule a consultation, visit Ana Rosa Mendez’s website or call 786-864-9896. Let Ana Rosa Mendez take the hassle out of compliance, so you can focus on what matters most – your community.

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