Why do HOA residents rarely organize and fight back against injustice?

Fighting your HOA is difficult and frustrating.

Independent American Communities

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

The latest association-governed common interest community (HOA) industry PR effort that appears to be news – but is not news – is a report from WBTV in Charlotte, North Carolina.

The gist of this report is that, when your HOA is non-responsive, read your governing documents, organize a group of owners to confront the board, and if the board continues to disrespect your rights, then run for the board yourself and vote the bums out.

Ah, yes. This is typical rhetoric from the industry that manages the majority of homeowner, condominium, and cooperative associations in the U.S.

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