What Happens When Fellow Owners Don’t Pay HOA Dues

As a homeowner in a planned community, you might enjoy using the perks in your development, such as the common swimming pool, parks, fitness room, or clubhouse. You also know you must pay for those jointly owned benefits, in the form of periodic dues.  As a responsible home owner, you probably always pay your dues fully and promptly. But what if your neighbors don’t? Does it affect you?     Read the article………………


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