Strategies for Handling HOA Neighborhood Disputes

In every community, there comes a time where there might be a neighbor-to-neighbor dispute. Typically, these differences stem from a noise complaint, landscaping violations, parking violations or a misuse of a common area. In every instance, it is the hope of the Association that the neighbors can resolve the conflict themselves, but in some cases, there may be a need for the on-site manager or Board to assist in the dispute. However, there needs to be a determination if this dispute affects one neighbor or several of the HOA members. If the dispute only has an impact on a handful of owners, the Association will want to use its resources to help diffuse the situation.     Read the article…………..


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