Ogden HOA left in lurch while management company investigated (NC)

After a Garner-based management company, Kornerstone Community Management, closed its doors abruptly in August with no notice to homeowners’ associations it managed across the state, at least one local HOA is without access to its bank accounts.  The HOA of the Holly Field subdivision in Ogden was one of the associations under the management of the company.  Notices posted throughout the subdivision on Aug. 19 stated that the HOA’s most recent financial statements from the company showed Holly Field had approximately $89,000 in the accounts the Kornerstone Community Management managed.    Read the article…………


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