Nevada lawmakers want to cut HOAs’ power in foreclosure

Lawmakers who say a recent Nevada Supreme Court decision has given homeowners associations too much power to foreclose over unpaid dues are pushing for a last-minute legislative fix, saying the ruling could drag down the recovering market and threaten Nevadans’ ability to get federally backed loans.     Read the article………


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