HOAs, Super Priority Liens, and Foreclosures Life After SFR Investments v. US Bank

Recently, the Nevada Supreme Court tackled two critical issues: First, whether a homeowners’ association (“HOA”) is a super priority lien on a property for up to 9 months of unpaid HOA dues; and second, whether such lien can be foreclosed upon nonjudicially. These issues were decided in the affirmative in SFR Investments Pool 1 v. US Bank, 334 P.3d 408 (2014).     Read the article……….


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