What Do You Do When Your HOA is a Sinking Ship? To Bail or Not to Bail.

It is time again to bring up some real problems that people coming to me for help are experiencing. I am doing a series of blogs on real life issues. First one, an owner or owners come to find out that a board is either (1) seriously deferring maintenance that needs to be done, or (2) spending wildly without regard for the future.   Read the article………….


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