We recently moved into a new community, and I would like to join the board of directors. The current board is made up of builder representatives, not homeowners.
Is it legal for the builder to control the board? They don’t
I recently moved into a new condominium community. A few days ago, I received a letter in the mail from a law firm stating that they are investigating my community, and my building in particular, for a possible construction-defect
I began attending my association’s board meetings earlier this year after learning that our dues were going up 20 percent.
I am shocked and outraged by the incompetency of our manager, as well as the president of the board, neither
I live in a homeowners association, but we don’t have a clubhouse, pool or park like other homeowners associations. Why would we be in an HOA, and is it even legal, if we don’t have any amenities?
Who decides whether
I received a correspondence from my mortgage company that my homeowners association filed a lien on my property for outstanding assessments. I never received notice from my association.
Admittedly, I fell behind on my HOA assessments due to tough financial