HOA Homefront: Copies of documents should be a reasonable cost

Q:  Recently my family sold a house and paid over $700 in fees to the association, a large portion of which was for copies of rules and regulations to be provided to the buyer. The association provided the files to a third-party website and then instructed the escrow company to download the files and print copies for the buyer once I paid. The association basically did nothing.  Can an association charge fees without explaining what the fees are for?     Read the Q&A………….


Related Articles

Shawmut Properties of Haverhill guilty of stealing money from condo associations

Almost a year and a half after their indictment by an Essex grand jury, two executives of a Haverhill-based property

Builder of collapsed California balcony sued over flaws in another project

California-based Segue Construction paid $3.4 million to settle litigation over alleged defects in a condominium development in Millbrae, California, after

Liberty Station busted for wasting water (CA)

Watering lawns while it rains in San Diego is illegal, yet some people living at Liberty Station in Point Loma