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Beyond the condo collapse: NO HOA-Governed community is immune to infrastructure failure

As illustrated by several examples in this post, all types of HOA-governed housing — including low-rise condominiums, townhouses, and planned communities with single family homes — are seeing a rise in expensive and unexpected repairs.

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HOA, condo & co-op case law and litigation highlights (Jan. 2020)

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities This month: Civil Rights, Fair Housing HOA lawsuits in California and Colorado; prevailing party attorney fees; unelected HOA board

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New Year, new housing policies, HOA laws (Jan. 2020)

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities An annual summary of important U.S. housing policies and selected state laws enacted in 2019, pertaining to HOA-governed communities. 

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HOA, condo & co-op case law and litigation highlights (Fall 2019)

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities   The courts weigh in on excess HOA foreclosure sale proceeds, HOA assessments as consumer debts, disclosure document fees,

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