Requesting Social Security data is fair game when buying in HOA

Question: My wife and I are looking to purchase in a 55-and-older community in Boynton Beach. We picked up the membership application and started completing the info required by the association. I was surprised that they asked for our Social Security numbers, annual income and for us to sign a hold harmless agreement. Have they overstepped their bounds?    Read the Q&A…………


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