Experts urge homeowners to get involved in their HOAs to prevent conflicts (AZ)

Many people think choosing a neighborhood with a homeowners association means your community will always be well pruned, your neighbor won’t paint his house purple and there will always be enough money in the bank to take care of homeowner issues.  But it’s not “carefree living” at all, if you ask homeowner advocate Jill Schweitzer.   Read the article……….


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