As the real estate market recovers from the effects of COVID, U.S. housing consumers are rejecting HOA-governed communities

What a different a year makes. As the U.S. begins to return to “normal,” the housing market is in a state of turmoil. Millions of folks want to buy a home, and competition is fierce in some markets. IAC takes a look at some current trends, and the changes occurring in the market for HOA-governed housing.

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Money Troubles: HOA, condo & co-op news (Feb. 2020)

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities A variety of common interest communities, governed by special districts and HOAs, face rapidly rising costs, despite a decline

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Many HOAs, CDDs challenged by crumbling infrastructure

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities   For several decades, local governments have eagerly delegated construction of roads, dams, and stormwater drainage systems to private

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HOA, condo, co-op News Update (Jan. 14, 2020)

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities debgoonan@icloud.com From mean-spirited disputes to HOA regulation, a summary of what’s news in HOA-ville, USA.   Arizona ‘There’s no

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