How to respond to an HOA’s demand letter or delinquent assessment notice

Your homeowners association exists to govern community rules and administer common areas and activities that benefit the entire community. When you signed the closing agreement, you agreed to pay your mortgage, insurance, taxes and any membership dues or assessments your association requires. When an assessment becomes delinquent, the association has the right to pursue the payment.    Read the article………..


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