We can best serve the 3.5 million homeowners who live in Arizona Common Interest Communities by hearing from you about your experiences in your communities — both good and bad. What do you like about your community? What do you not like? Is peace and tranquility maintained? Are community members engaged? If not, why not? If you are managed by a professional organization, does the organization help or hinder the transparency and business of the association? Do you have questions that you need answered? We are here for you as peers — not as attorneys, but homeowners with similar experiences.
By joining our organization, you will be adding to our leverage and voice with public officials. You will be able to choose what if any of our periodic members communication that you will receive and to what extent you want to be involved in the fight for homeowner rights. Our support is free and voluntary. By adding your experience to our organizations knowledge base you will help us help others in dealing with issues that you or your community are experiencing. Our inspiration for potential legislation comes from the real issue that homeowners and boards face in these communities. We will not share your contact information outside the AZHOC organization. We will provide training articles and links to nationwide advocates to help you all understand what your rights are and how to deal with particular situations and issues. We will represent your interests to lawmakers, and notify you via the “Jill’s Action Alerts” of opportunities to contact your legislators in support or against pending legislation. During the legislative session we will provide weekly update of bills and actions affecting homeowners in this state if you chose to receive “Legislative Updates”.
Please add your name to our roster and contact list. If you would like to participate more actively in any way, we are always looking for people with skills and talents to help further our cause. Be a homeowner advocate in your own community, and we will provide you the training that you need! Write articles about your experiences, or call legislators in support or in opposition of legislation. Join our steering committee to help choose the legislation we will support or oppose, or simply pass the word that our organization exists to help homeowners in any way that we can.