Groups want to change lack of oversight, regulation for HOAs in SC

When homeowners are part of an HOA, they expect their street lights will stay on and their lawns will get cut. But there are groups that manage millions of dollars paid in dues to the HOAs each year — and they go largely unregulated.      Read the article…………


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