Condo Associations and HOAs: Distinctions Create Many Differences

I want to talk about the ABCs of community associations, or, more precisely, the CAs and HOAs, which can be confusing even to people who live in one of these communities.  First the basics: Condominium Associations and Home Owner Associations — CAs and HOAs, respectively — are the corporate entities governing different kinds of common interest ownership communities. HOAs aren’t as common in New England as in other parts of the country and they tend to be much smaller here than in states such as California and Florida, where they are the dominant form of common interest ownership.    Read the article………


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