Sometimes a homeowner in a bind misses a payment or sends it a few days late. Then the HOA attorney, backed up by the HOA board, hastily files a lien on the home and penalizes the owner with fees that quickly spiral out of control.
It’s bad enough dealing with defective construction in one’s home. But what can homeowners do when property damage — and high HOA fees — result from shoddy construction of commonly owned or maintained property?
A summary of notable legislative updates for owners of property in HOA-governed communities. This is Part 2 of HOA, condo, and co-op legislative updates for 2020.
This article explores ways to prevent HOA problems through housing policy solutions and alternatives to traditional regulatory legislation.