Your HOA and Home Repair Scams

As the weather starts to draw people outside to plant flowers and make improvements, dodgy contractors and other types of business start targeting homeowners with scams and rip offs.  A scammer will usually use some sort of fear tactic, suggesting that the problems are much worse and need to be dealt with immediately. Some may even convince you problems will be much worse because of warm weather. While some of the reasons may be legitimate, don’t feel pressured into taking immediate action. Here are some tips and tricks to share with your homeowners to help them avoid falling victim to unnecessary, expensive, and poorly done home improvements.    Read the article……………..


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