Earlier this year the Florida legislature passed an important update to the new condominium association website requirements that the state’s lawmakers codified during the 2017 legislative session. The most important change was to extend the deadline for associations to launch their websites from July 1, 2018 to Jan. 1, 2019, providing condominiums and their property managers with an additional six months to develop and launch their sites.
In addition, the new website requirement no longer applies to multi-condominium associations with combined totals in excess of 150 units if none of individual condominium properties operated by the association contains 150 or more units.
The 2018 statutory amendments also changed some of the posting requirements to allow for the posting of summaries of certain documents rather than the documents themselves. The official records that must be posted in the new websites also now include monthly income or expense statements as well as all bids in excess of $500 received from vendors during the past year for materials, equipment or services.