Top 5 Legal Resources for Self-Managed Texas Homeowners Associations

As the Texas legislature continues to impose increasing amounts of statutory regulations on the operation of Texas HOAs, it has become increasingly more difficult for volunteer homeowners to self-manage their HOAs in compliance with such laws. This is because most volunteer homeowners serving on the Board of Directors of a self-managed HOA are not legal professionals or property managers and do not keep abreast of changes in the laws applicable to Texas HOAs. Moreover, there are very few resources available to assist such volunteer homeowners in learning the laws applicable to Texas HOAs or staying up to date as such laws change.    Read the article…………….


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