Watch Yourself and Keep Your “Hands” Inside the Bus in Sale of Property in an HOA

Since the last blog I did is about selling property and a President who is a realtor, I want to do a blog to introduce something related to think about. When selling a home in a residential common interest development (a homeowner’s association or condominium association) people get burned for sticking their “hands” where they don’t belong. And it seems this is an area where a realtor on the board could make some serious gaffs, trying to help.      Read the article…………..


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