Demystifying Homeowner Associations

Townhomes, condominiums, homes in planned developments, co-op style housing — most of these types of residences are sold along with a homeowner association (HOA) agreement.  Educational Community for Homeowners (ECHO), a San Jose-based nonprofit that assists homeowner associations with everything from finances to insurance, states that, “homeowners associations act as both landlords and mini-governments to their members, which means homeowners have rights that HOAs should both acknowledge and protect.”     Read the article…………


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