How to Approach Disagreements With Your Community or Homeowner’s Association

When you purchase a property in a community that’s governed by a homeowners’ association (HOA), you agree to abide by its rules. If for example, you bought a newly built home in a development, or a condominium or townhouse, such community rules probably apply to you.  Where do these rules come from? The property developer usually sets up the HOA and its rules, but residents later have the power to join the HOA board an either enforce or amend the rules (depending on the procedures set forth in the community’s bylaws).    Read the article……………..


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