HOA Homefront: How can you tell if an association is well-run?

Common interest developments, or homeowner associations, house about one third of Californians, and most new housing stock is established in HOAs. Can buyers determine whether an association residence is a good investment, or if the HOA is healthy? Is it simply price and location? Well-run associations in poor locations might be more desirable than poorly run associations in great locations. Consider these factors:   Read the article…………….


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