Turnover Troubles: Homeowners Can Take Down Goliath

One of the most recognizable narratives in human history is the famed story of David and Goliath. Often, we find that homeowners are David in the seemingly impossible fight against Goliath, the community developer. This analogy is never more apparent than in the case of association turnovers. “Turnover” is perhaps the most important stage of a community’s existence, as it is the process by which the developer relinquishes control of the board and the community to the purchasing parcel owners.    Read the article……………


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