Everything You Need to Know about Homeowner’s Association Rehabilitation Projects

The name might sound fancy and formal, but a homeowner’s association, or HOA for short, is simply an establishment that governs an area consisting of buildings developed by the same real estate company. The company holds private ownership over the area and then, after a certain number of houses are sold, the reins to the homeowner’s association are transferred to the actual homeowners. After all the lots have been sold to their respective owners, it’s the association’s task to ensure that the housing complex runs smoothly and is well-maintained.    Read the article………….

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