Mike Hunter’s practice focuses on community and condominium association law. He represents hundreds of associations across North Carolina.
Mike’s background includes real estate and litigation, with a concentration in the area of creditors’ rights, including debt collection, bankruptcy, foreclosure, lien enforcement, and collateral recovery.
From 1995 to 2006, Mike served as an assistant attorney for the Mecklenburg County Sheriff’s Office, primarily in the areas of civil process and judgment enforcement.
- 9th Annual HOA Legal Seminar “Hot Topics in Community Association Law” Henderson Properties, Charlotte, NC (May 2016)
- "Credit Reporting," Common Grounds, November/December 2015
- In addition to his HOA-themed blog, Carolina Common Elements, Mike writes a semi-weekly column for The Charlotte Observer and Raleigh News & Observer, answering reader questions on HOA-related topics. He is frequently quoted by reporters locally and nationally, including in HOAleader.com, a leading publication for community associations nationwide.
- Mike is the co-author of "How to Get Results in the Collection of Delinquent Debts in North Carolina" (National Business Institute, Inc., 1996), and has written numerous manuscripts for various presentations and seminars on community association law.
CarolinaCommonElements.com is the blog for our Community Association Practice Group. It includes all of the “Association Answers” columns we have published in the Charlotte Observer and the Raleigh News & Observer since 2012. Also included are guest columns written by other attorneys and HOA professionals, industry announcements, updates on important legislation and case law developments, and lots of other information useful for HOA boards, managers, and homeowners. There’s even a humorous War Stories section. By subscribing to the blog, you will receive an email whenever we post something new to the blog, which is typically no more than twice per month. Your email address will not be sold or shared.
The Board of Trustees for the national Community Association Institute has issued a plea for a halt of HOA foreclosures…
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Understandably, Offit Kurman attorneys have been getting a lot of inquiries from our community association clients and management companies on what to do about the Covid-19 virus, how they should respond and communicate to homeowners. CAI (the Community Association Institute) has published some guidance on its website, along with a sample letter that can be adapted for use to your community associations.
In my HOA law practice, I often hear complaints from homeowners in communities that are still being developed, that the…