How to Survive 4th of July in your Condo & HOA

People who enjoy a sense of order and clear-cut rules are usually happy living in a community governed by an HOA. Those who aren’t conformists, however, may have a tougher time adhering to an association’s rules, and the occasion of the 4th of July is a great example of when some feathers may be ruffled.   Read the article………….


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