Homeowners’ associations can add value to community

Homeowners’ associations, or HOA, are a necessity in today’s world of residential development.  Whether it’s a condominium or single family development, any new community that has a common area, including signage easements, greenbelts, perimeter fencing, is subject to the uniform Common Interest Ownership Act requiring a public offering statement be given to each and every buyer.  And every common ownership community must have an association that consists of a board of directors which oversees the enforcement of the covenants, codes and restrictions for the community.      Read the article………………

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