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Homeowners' Association Attorney
Find out tips on how to accomplish the items on your HOA agenda, while still allowing everyone voice their opinion.
Home buying: What is a Homeowners Association?
If you're buying into a neighborhood with a HOA, you may be wondering what a homeowners association is and why one is even needed. The primary reason for a HOA is to determine the rules of the community it manages.
How are Homeowners' Association Fees Determined?
Facebook Twitter Google+ LinkedIn One of the important things to remember about the determination of Homeowner Association (HOA) fees is that no two associations are alike. Which means their regular assessments will be different, since they are based on the specific needs, obligations, and objectives of the homeowners’ association. Don’t fall into the trap of …
What Is a Homeowners Association? HOAs—Explained
What is a homeowners association? If you're buying a home with shared common areas, odds are these areas are maintained by an HOA.
Homeowners Associations are also known as Common Interest Communities. Some homeowners prefer owning in them. They provide a sense of stability and securi...
What to Know About Homeowners Associations (HOA)
See what you need to know about homeowners associations, including all the right questions to ask about management, fees and so much more.
How to Get Along With Your Homeowners Association
May 10, 2018 Rules and covenants of a homeowners association can be a bit overwhelming, especially for a first time homeowner. Understanding that the regulations are designed to protect the value of your home helps make some restrictions easier to live with Homeowners Association CC&Rs, which stands for “covenants, conditions and restrictions,” can be intimidating. But, with the growing number of communities and subdivisions that have…
A Homeowner's Guide to HOAs: Homeowners Associations, Explained
Many homes in the U.S. fall under the jurisdiction of a homeowners association. Here's how HOAs work, what they can and can't ask you to do, and more.
How to Deal with a Homeowners Association
Many homeowners have a difficult relationship with their homeowners association. On the one hand, the HOA helps your community stay safe, clean, and makes it a desirable place to live which improves the property value of your home. But, on the other hand, homeowners associations can be a problem if you want to make a change to your property that they disagree with. In this article, well talk about some common issues that homeowners face in their dealings with homeowners associations and give…
How to Run a Homeowners' Association
A homeowners' association (HOA) is a group of elected residents who own homes in the same development/community. This group is responsible for enforcing the rules and regulations agreed upon by the residents, and they exercise some...
What is a Homeowner’s Association?
For everyone out there looking at homes right now, there are three little letters that could make or break your…
Tips For Dealing With A Homeowners Association
How to Deal With Your Homeowners Association Knowing how to deal with a homeowners association is probably something that most home buyers don't think about before buying into an area that has one. In the past 50 years the growth of homeowners associations, or HOA for short, has been substantial. Designed to maintain the covenants of a neighborhood - preserving its integrity and value - homeowners…
Little Governments: The Homeowners Association
The phrase “homeowners association” may sound innocuous enough to some, but it sends shivers down the spines of many. In books and movies this group of homeowners is typically portrayed as power hungry, meddling and suspicious with a special knack for invasion of privacy. Think Big Brother meets Mussolini and you’ll have an idea of...
What is A Homeowner's Association?
Now that you are venturing into the world of becoming a homeowner, pretty soon you will start to hear talk about homeowner's associations. You might have some questions, or you may not be totally sure exactly what power a homeowner's association may have. Today we are going to explore this topic, and hope to clear …