How to collect delinquent HOA dues

Q: I am the treasurer of an HOA and need advice. We are a small community of 85 homes. We had an attorney when we took over from the developer. We also had a management company. Since neither one was responding to us in a way that we felt was appropriate, we have taken over both duties. We have handled our own filing of liens because we could do it for $6 and not $266. Our dues are only $198 a year. This covers electricity, water, lawn-mowing, etc.    Read the Q&A……………


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