HOAs Gone Haywire, Part II: How To Avoid The Most Common Pitfalls Of HOA And COA Management

With 66 million Americans and climbing currently living in common interest communities such as Homeowners’ Associations, Condominium Associations, retirement communities, vacation timeshares, and gated subdivisions, both the benefits — enhanced control over their environment and property values — and the problems — bureaucracy, legal imbroglios, unexpected expenditures, and fines for everything you can imagine — have become a part of the American way of life.    Read the article……………


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