Delegates question HRCA after HOA management sale (CO)

Strife continues between a group of Highlands Ranch delegates and the Highlands Ranch Community Association Board of Directors following a decision to sell the division that managed the community’s homeowners’ associations.  Seventeen of the 20 subassociations — which represent about 3,500 of 31,000 homes in Highlands Ranch — have agreed to a one-year contract with the buyer, Hammersmith Management Inc., a 35-year-old Denver-based company that manages more than 200 homeowner associations. The three other subassociations which HMI and HRCA declined to release names of —terminated their agreements.    Read the article…………….


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