Choose a county and click on the "HOA's for this County" link.
On the next page you will see up to 10 associations listed for that county. You can either go to each page and search or you can go to the search box and type in the name of the HOA that you are looking for in that county.
To start a new search in a different county, please go to the Florida HOA Search button and go through steps 1 through 4.
How do I find the board members?
After you have found the HOA name, click on the "Read more" link in red to see the board members and the property manager if available.
Why can't I find a particular HOA?
Some HOA's have variations in their names, or they will have abbreviations.
The HOA could use a completely different name than the actual neighborhood or condo name. For example, the neighborhood’s name is "Island Reef" but the HOA is named "Reef Association". Just type in "Reef" to see suggestions for that county with the word "Reef" in the name.
I found the association, but there is no property manager listed.
Sometimes property managers can add new associations as clients, and will be listed in the next update. In that case, you will have to contact the board members directly.
Not every association uses a property manager. Some associations choose to self-manage.