How to Avoid the Difficult Aspects of Living in an HOA

Roughly 66 million Americans live in common interest communities such as Homeowners’ Associations, Condominium Associations, retirement communities, vacation timeshares, and gated subdivisions. When a common interest community, such as a gated subdivision, is built, the develop is in control of all aspects of the management of the neighborhood until 90% of the houses are closed. Then the control and management is handed over to the Association, which is the official membership of residents and elected officials whose reason for being is to enact and enforce provisions that protect the homeowners’ investments.   Read the article……………


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