HOA tricks, lies, and deceives … and residents still don’t care – Maybe paying the board is a good idea

In early June, homeowners at Greystone at Eastlake Vistas, a 269-unit condominium complex, found themselves caught up in a circus of tricks, lies, accusations, and betrayals that seemed more fitting to an episode of The Bachelor than the inner workings of a homeowners’ association.   Read the article…………..


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