Time For Community-Governed Associations To Wake Up And Smell The Coffee!

In 1978, Proposition 13, The People’s Initiative to Limit Property Taxation, passed within the State of California. This proposition limited the manner in which municipalities could assess property taxes. With the gravy train at an end, local governments began a frantic search to find new revenue streams to support city service. While it took them a while to figure it out, homeowners associations became pawns, and municipalities are now experts at shifting the financial burden of maintenance and ownership responsibility from the city to members living in deed-restricted communities.    Read the article……….


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