Unfortunately, sometimes homeowners pass away. When that happens and the homeowner owes a balance to the association, boards often have many questions about what that means and what they should be doing. First and foremost, remember that the heirs are grieving their loved one. Board members are often torn between wanting to be respectful ofGo to Resource
For homeowners’ associations whose assessment allocations are based on square footage of units, problems may arise if the developer used incorrect square footages in the calculations and an owner discovers such discrepancy (especially if the owner is paying a higher assessment than they would otherwise).  Owners who discover such discrepancies will likely complain to theGo to Resource

HOA Liens For Sale

The list below will provide you access to a list of association assessment liens belonging to our clients on properties that are currently in public trustee foreclosure. The list, in PDF format is searchable by foreclosure sale date, county, public trustee sale number or property address. Not every lien listed may be available for sale.Go to Resource
Director elections are one of the most important powers association members have, so it makes sense that owners take elections seriously.  Whether voting in an election and/or running for the board, the process and its results are personal to association members.  Therefore, any appearance of impropriety or error in the process is oftentimes met withGo to Resource
As technology has evolved and home security/camera systems have become more affordable and accessible, many associations have grappled with the question of cameras (both association and owner) and whether cameras should be installed: (1) on common areas to “protect” the association and to help control theft and vandalism in the community; or (2) on individualGo to Resource
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