Aurora HOA wins $13.5 million award in dispute with Texas homebuilder

A homeowners association in Aurora has received an arbitration award of $13.5 million in a dispute with D.R. Horton Inc., according to a statement from the HOA’s attorneys, Benson, Kerrane, Storz & Nelson PC.  The HOA for The Conservatory neighborhood, roughly located along Hampden Avenue west of E-470, received the award against KDB Homes, a subsidiary of the Texas-based D.R. Horton, in a dispute over water damage related to the community’s underdrain system, the release states.     Read the article………..


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