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After a mudslide in this Hawaii community, HOA members assessed $3,900

Many owners of property in association-governed communities have a fundamental misunderstanding of the concept of “common interest.”   By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities Today’s

HOA residents stuck with safety hazards

Where were City and County Code Inspectors when these subdivisions were built? By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities New subdivisions with homeowners’ associations are often

Florida HOAs dealing with hardship and damage following Hurricane Irma

Homeowners and residents are picking up the pieces after Irma barreled through the entire state of Florida. Damage is widespread throughout the Sunshine State. By

MO HOA faces millions in special assessments to stop landslides

This is the third landslide in 20 years for Winter Valley subdivision, near Fenton By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities Making its rounds on the

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