What happens when Developers break promises?

By Deborah Goonan In Pennsylvania, Silver Spring Township supervisors recently voted to approve development of a new HOA, a subdivision that will be called Woodbridge,

Comparing Homeowners’ Associations to Local Government: Division of Power and Due Process

By Deborah Goonan This blog series – Are Homeowner and Condo Associations “Mini-Governments?”– will compare the typical governance structure of HOAs (using the term generically)

Comparing Homeowners’ Associations to Local Government: Who’s in control, and how do we vote?

By Deborah Goonan This blog series, Are Homeowner and Condo Associations Mini-Governments? will compare the typical governance structure of HOAs (using the term generically) to our

Are Homeowners’ Associations Mini-Governments?

By Deborah Goonan This blog series will compare the typical governance structure of Homeowners’ Associations or HOAs (using the term generically to include condominium associations

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