How to Create a HOA Maintenance Chart for Your Community

Most people choose to live in HOA neighborhoods for the sense of community, the benefit of shared facilities, and assurance that if anything goes truly wrong there is a system to take care of it. The most common disruption of a happy neighborhood community is disputes about maintenance responsibility. In many cases, the question of who is responsible is apparent through common sense but the little details can cause surprisingly big problems. Who pays for pipes in shared walls, or accidents that affect multiple private units?    Read the article……………

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