Developing a Successful HOA

Lifestyles of the twenty-first century have radically changed from fifty years ago. The clamor for big lots and single-family houses has been replaced by a demand for condominiums and planned communities (generically called “homeowner associations” or HOAs).    Read the article…………..


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